The Los Angeles theater came under scrutiny in August for sexual misconduct allegations against the theater’s executive director Hadrian Belove and board member Shadie Elnashai, a month prior to the culture shifting Harvey Weinstein revelations.
The board suspended activities of the theater at that point and hired an independent film to investigate the allegations.
The lawsuit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court seeks unspecified damages.
It alleges Weinstein held the actress against her will in 2015 while he masturbated in a Beverly Hills hotel room.
The second incident occurred in spring 2016 when the lawsuit claims Weinstein threw the woman on his bed in a hotel room, started performing oral sex on her, then held her down while he masturbated on her.