The singer Bob Dylan has been accused of threatening and sexually abusing a 12-year-old girl in 1965, when he was approximately 24, according to a lawsuit filed under New York’s Child Victims Act on August 13.

The Child Victims Act opened a two-year “look-back window” in which survivors of child sex abuse could file civil suits against their abuser or an institution regardless of the survivor’s age. The window, which was extended amid the COVID-19 pandemic, ended Saturday.