‘Southern Charm’ star J.D. Madison accused of sexual assault

“Southern Charm” sidekick J.D. Madison is now the second member of the reality show’s cast, after Thomas Ravenel, to have sexual assault accusations come out against him in recent months.

Madison was accused of sexual assault on Aug. 25 over an alleged 2017 incident, per a Mount Pleasant, SC, police report obtained by Page Six on Friday.

The report indicates that the alleged victim — whose name and pronouns were redacted from the report — told an officer that they had been “sexually assaulted the night of the solar eclipse last year” and named Madison as the attacker. The alleged victim said that they were at someone’s home when Madison “intentionally broke a glass and when [redacted] went to clean it up, he and his friends slipped a drug in [redacted] and [redacted] friends drink.” The victim claimed to have not remembered anything from that point until they arrived at a local bar called Vickerys.

The victim then claimed to have called a friend to pick them up because they weren’t “feeling right” and believed they could have been drugged. They later remembered “waking up in [redacted] guest bedroom with Mr. Madison forcibly raping and sodomizing” while someone else “then remembers waking up in [redacted] own bed fully clothed.”

The victim was only able to piece the night together after having lunch with a friend on Aug. 25, it was claimed.

The allegations against Madison, 44, come just months after Ravenel, 56, was accused of sexual assault by his children’s former nanny and by a woman he met via Tinder.

Both the police and Haymaker, the production company behind “Southern Charm,” are investigating the claims against Ravenel.

Bravo did not immediately return our request for comment. Page Six could not locate a contact for Madison.

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