Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears, two comedians, are accused of abusing minors in a recent lawsuit. Here is everything you require to know.
The two comedians Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears are charged with soliciting two children to engage in sexually explicit behaviours in public during a number of comedic routines. Haddish and Spears have both refuted any claims that they sexually assaulted any minors, either before or after filming. Nevertheless, plaintiffs Jane Doe and John Doe served the pair with a severe lawsuit in Los Angeles.
Case of Jane Doe
The plaintiffs assert in the complaint that their mother introduced them to Tiffany Haddish. Jane Doe, a 14-year-old, added that she had gone to a comedy camp where Haddish had spoken as a guest speaker and had mentioned that she had the “ideal role for her.” The complaint also claims that the discussion about the skit with the minor’s mother was “redacted and utterly limited.”
According to Jane Doe’s account in the lawsuit, Hadish showed her a film of two adults eating sandwiches while “moaning and making sexual noises as they both ate the sandwich in a manner that simulate[d] a sex act” when she visited him. Spears asked her to imitate the act.
Case of John Doe
Contrarily, it is claimed in the lawsuit filed by 7-year-old John Doe that Haddish allegedly requested the youngster undress to his underpants for a movie depicting the “thinking of a paedophile.” According to the accusation, Spears molested the 7-year-old boy while Haddish was there while “lusting” after him. After the distressing event, the child allegedly called his mother while crying.
Attorney for Tiffany Hadish
Haddish’s attorneys stated that the accusations are “meritless” in a statement. The plaintiff’s parents, she continued, “had attempted to make these false allegations about Ms. Haddish for a number of years.” Every lawyer who first took on her case—and there were a number of them—finally quit the case as it became evident that the allegations were untrue and Ms. Haddish would not be blackmailed. Currently, [the mother’s] adult daughter is acting pro se in this action. The results of taking this pointless action will be something they both have to deal with.