A woman who works as an executive at Paramount Pictures alleged that actor Emile Hirsch assaulted her early Sunday morning at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. "Page Six" reported that police responded to a call at Tao nightclub around 3:30 a.m., after the anonymous exec told security there was a problem between her and the 29-year-old actor. "Something happened between the movie exec and Emile, and she said she had been assaulted and asked security to call the police," a witness told "Page Six." "Emile didn’t leave the scene, and calmly waited for the police to arrive, and spoke with them until around 5 a.m., after which he went home with his friends. No arrests were made."
The exec reportedly opted not to press charges at the scene. The actor is in Utah to support his new movie Ten Thousand Saints, which premieres Friday at the fest. Hirsch's agent, along with Paramount and Tao, had no response for what happened. A Park City Police spokesperson said authorities were "still investigating the details of the case."