Man who voiced Winnie the Pooh accused of rape, animal abuse by ex-wife: report

Mike Montone
May 03, 2019 - 2:55 pm
Winnie The Pooh receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

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LOS ANGELES (1010 WINS) -- The man who voiced Winnie the Pooh has been accused of rape and animal abuse.


Stephanie Cummings says her husband Jim, who has appeared in dozens of Disney films, “has engaged in physical, sexual and emotional abuse including but not limited to death threats, rape, and various sexual deviant behavior forced upon me without my consent," The Blast reports.

Jim disputes the allegations, claiming his ex-wife if trying to ruin his career, and has threatened to, "tell people Winnie the Pooh is a woman beating, drug addicted freak!”

She's called him a 'smaller version of Harvey Weinstein' and says he shouldn't be allowed around their kids.

Stephanie claims Jim raped her in 2013 and has sexually assaulted her -- touching her buttocks, groin, and breasts, as well as demanding sex in exchange for meeting 'support obligations.'

Beyond the sexual allegations -- some of which allegedly happened with their children present -- Stephanie claims she abused the family's puppy by placing it underneath a metal bucket on a 100 degree day and shattering its hip with a broom.

She also sites alleged substance abuse involving alcohol, marijuana, and Adderall.

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