Story has been updated to reflect the most up-to-date information from the Beverly Hills Police Department.
A guest at the Beverly Hills Montage hotel claimed that she had been sexually assaulted by two men, but after interviews with investigating detectives, the Beverly Hills Police determined that the accusations were "baseless."
The Beverly Hills Police Department describes what really happened at the hotel in this statement:
The alleged victim was entertaining two gentlemen in her room when the situation escalated and she became fearful. Disoriented and embarrassed, the alleged victim responded to the hotel’s lobby where she was contacted by hotel security who ultimately contacted B.H.P.D.
The woman, in her 40s, had told authorities that two men attacked her at around 12:30am, reports KTLA. Witnesses had reported that two men fled the hotel in a hummer.
Sgt. Max Subin told the Associated Press that the victim was taken to a hospital for observation. Subin also noted that the woman doesn't seem to be a celebrity, but her name has not been released.
Subin confirmed to NBC LA that the alleged assault occurred in a hotel room, and that there doesn't seem to be any evidence of a break-in.
The Montage Beverly Hills is a luxury hotel where rooms start at $475 per night.