Ian Connor went on a Twitter rant Wednesday, after a third woman came forward to accuse the stylist and model of raping her, according to a report. Connor was previously accused of rape by 23-year-old Malika Anderson and 20-year-old singer Jean Deaux

Kadiata Diallo, 19, told The Daily Mail that Connor, a style associate of Kanye West's, among others, raped her when she was 16 and still a virgin. 

Diallo claimed she met Connor after he direct messaged her on social media. Diallo said the first time she met him, he was a little odd, but not unfriendly.

"'It was nothing specific—just little things, side comments he would say that made me think he was weird," she said. "When you observe someone and you get this weird aura about them—that's what it was."

Diallo added, however, that Connor was "a fun guy to hang out," and agreed to meet him again when he texted her two weeks after their first encounter. But Diallo said Connor began pressuring her to engage in sexual acts as soon as she arrived.

"He said, 'Why did you come here if you're not going to do anything with me?'" Diallo said. "I just thought we were going to be hanging out. I wasn't ready to lose my virginity."

According to Diallo, Connor pushed her down on the bed during that second meeting, and raped her. She told The Daily Mail that she was concerned about getting pregnant because Connor did not use a condom: “I asked him, 'Am I going to get pregnant?' He said, 'You are f*cking crazy.'"

Diallo said she almost filed a police report, but later decided against it because she felt no one would believe her, and didn’t want to tell her parents.

“I thought about filing a police report, but when I got to the court house, something in me was just like go home, just forget about it,” she said. “Because I really did go to the court house and told a cop about it, but I was like, I don't even know if this is going to make a difference. Are they really going to look into this, you know? I did not want to tell my mom. I kept it a secret for so long.”

Wednesday's allegations prompted Connor to go on a long Twitter rant, some of which has been deleted. 

Image via Ian Connor on Twitter
Image via Ian Connor on Twitter
Image via Ian Connor on Twitter
Image via Ian Connor on Twitter

In deleted tweets, Connor also called Malika Anderson a "walking trash can emoji" on Wednesday, and posted a photo of her on Twitter alongside the caption, "Warning—filled with lies and Gonorrhea."

Image via The Daily Mail
Image via Ian Connor on Twitter