George Foreman, the celebrated athlete and business mogul, is now facing his third lawsuit in which he is accused of molesting girls as young as 13 decades ago. The newest lawsuit claims that the accuser, who is allegedly a relative by marriage, was forced upon by Foreman when she was just 15 at his ranch in Livermore, California, around 1974. Foreman denies any involvement in the abuse and plans to fight the claims in court.

According to the lawsuit, the accuser flew to Foreman’s ranch on a flight expensed by him to help babysit his child. However, the visit took a dark turn when Foreman began quizzing her on sexually explicit topics, offered money to have sex with her and allegedly raped her. The accuser did not tell anyone of the alleged rape “because the incident involved a family member” and blocked the memory from her mind, the lawsuit alleges.

The newest accuser was inspired to come forward after two other women filed lawsuits in Los Angeles County last year, alleging that the retired boxing champion abused them in the 1970s. The two women claimed they met Foreman through their dads and alleged that Foreman forced them to have sex with him.

Foreman has vehemently denied the allegations, saying that two women have been trying to extort millions of dollars each from him and his family. He vowed that he won’t be “intimidated” by threats and lies that he describes as “baseless.”

Foreman, who won Olympic gold after competing in the heavyweight division at the Mexico 1968 Games, is known for being the founder of the George Foreman Grill, which launched in 1994. He was also the oldest world heavyweight champion in history before retiring after he suffered his fifth professional defeat, losing to Shannon Briggs in November 1997.

The U.S. Sun has reached out to Foreman’s lawyers for comment on the newest lawsuit. The case is ongoing, and Foreman plans to fight the claims in court.