Uber driver accused of raping a passenger in New Jersey is charged with raping a second passenger, authorities said Monday.
An attorney for a woman who was in the cab with the driver was charged with second-degree rape, and the driver is being held on $10,000 bail.
The attorney for the second woman has not been charged.
According to court documents, the New York police department arrested the driver of a black BMW in Manhattan on Saturday.
The charges are based on allegations that the victim was not able to get out of the car after the driver allegedly raped her.
The woman was with her boyfriend in Queens on Saturday, according to police.
Uber told Newsday that it had no comment on the incident.
Uber has been hit by a series of sexual harassment allegations.
In October, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigned amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
The company has faced a number of lawsuits over the past year, including one brought by former employees who said the company had failed to take action against Uber’s former CEO.
The lawsuit also alleged that Uber failed to protect its drivers from sexual harassment.