A Canadian woman alleges she was sexually assaulted by Kimi Raikkonen back in 2016, but the Ferrari driver has fought back by filing a complaint for harassment and extortion.
According to Montreal newspaper La Presse, the woman in her 20s claims she was working in the Montreal bar Velvet Speakeasy in 2016 when the Ferrari driver groped her.
"He learned over, slipped his hand into my dress and grabbed my breast," she contends.
"One of his friends slipped his hand into my panties and touched my genitals."
Oddly, the women did not file a complaint at the time. But recently, her lawyers wrote to Raikkonen's legal representative in Canada.
"Our client denies everything and considers that what the woman has done is illegal," said the Finn's legal counsel, revealing that the 2007 world champion had filed a police complaint of his own against the woman, alleging harassment and blackmail.
And the woman's lawyer said: "Faced with allegations of this nature, we're obviously shocked and disturbed that this is the response."
As for the claims the woman asked for money, her lawyer said it was "a little more graceful" than that.
"What we were looking for was an opportunity to sit down and come to terms with what happened to my client."