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Comedians Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears denied allegations of child sexual abuse in a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Andrew Brettler, the actress’s attorney, said in a statement to Fox News Digital that the plaintiff’s mother, Teresa Morris, “has been trying for several years to confirm these false allegations against Ms. Haddish.” “Every attorney who initially took on her case — and there were many — eventually dropped the case once it became clear that the allegations were baseless and that Ms. Haddish would not be shaken. Now, Ms. Morris has her adult daughter representing herself in this lawsuit. Together, the two will face the consequences of pursuing This frivolous act.”
“He won’t fall into the trap of any blackmail,” Spears’ attorney told the New York Post.
A 22-year-old woman named only “Jane Doe” in the lawsuit alleges that Haddish and Spears persuaded her when she was 14 and her 7-year-old brother known as “John Doe” to film sexually suggestive video sketches starting in 2013, including one titled “Through a Pedophiles Eyes” allegedly uploaded to “Funny or Die” before it was removed in 2018.
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In the drawing, Haddish allegedly played the boy’s mother and that Spears portrayed a pedophile.
Funny or Die said she deleted the video immediately after learning about it.
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“Funny Or Die found this video to be completely disgusting and would never produce such content,” the comedy website told TMZ. “We were not involved in the conceptualization, development, financing or production of this video. It was uploaded to the site as user-generated content and was removed in 2018 as soon as we became aware of its existence.”
The plaintiff met Haddish through her mother who was introduced to the comedian through stand-up comedy, according to the Washington Post, and she and her brother called her “Aunt Tiff.”
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In one of the purported videos, Hadish instructed the two children to start “complaining and making sexual noises while they were eating.” [a] sandwich [from opposite ends] in a way that mimics the act of tongue,” claims the filing.
“Hadash orally explained what was expected of plaintiff Jane Doe and then explained to plaintiff Jane Doe how to give a tongue, including movements, noises, whining and whining,” she said.
In 2014, the lawsuit claimed that Haddish and Spears filmed “Through the Eyes of a Pedophile” with the boy, which allegedly “shows Spears craving and molesting the 7-year-old throughout the video. Haddish was present during the filming of the entire film. Aiding and abetting. And watch Spears on child molestation.”
The lawsuit also alleges that Spears told the children’s mother that the video had been taken down after she asked to see it even though it was posted on the “Funny or Die” website.
The lawsuit alleges Haddish originally told the children’s mother that the video would be something to help him get to Nickelodeon. The recording said that the mother was not aware of the subject of the video.
The couple are charged with intentional emotional distress, sexual battery, gross neglect, sexual harassment and sexual assault of a minor, and Haddish is also charged with breach of fiduciary duty, negligent supervision/failure to warn and constructive fraud, according to the newspaper. .
The suit states that the children were “traumatized for life” and had depression and anxiety problems as a result of the alleged abuse.
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She also says that 22-year-old Jane Doe has never dated due to her alleged trauma.
“She is afraid of being taken advantage of again and led down a path of false confidence like the path someone had led her down,” the lawsuit says about Jane Doe, adding that Joo Doe “remains in his room at home and in band venues — aids above the cameras on his devices.” for fear of being seen or recorded.