Tiffany Haddish accuser reportedly dropped lawsuit: ‘We now know she would never hurt me or my brother’

Tiffany Haddish accuser reportedly dropped lawsuit: ‘We now know she would never hurt me or my brother’

Tiffany Haddish accuser reportedly dropped lawsuit: ‘We now know she would never hurt me or my brother’

Jane Doe accusing Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears of child sexual abuse has withdrawn her case.

In a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Aug. 30, a 22-year-old woman using the pseudonym Jane Doe alleged that the two comedians forced her and her 15-year-old brother — pseudonym John Doe — separately to act inappropriately. performing on camera when they were both minors.

Representatives for Haddish and Spears denied the allegations in separate statements on September 1.

In new court documents obtained by TMZ, the plaintiff reportedly asked the judge to dismiss the case with prejudice, meaning it cannot be refiled.

In a statement published by TMZ, Jane Doe said: “My family and I have known Tiffany Haddish for many years – and we know now that she would never hurt me or my brother or help anyone else do anything that could hurt us. We wish Tiffany the best and are glad we can all put this behind us.”

The statement does not mention Spears, who has also been cleared after the dismissal.

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The plaintiff had previously accused the couple of “intentional infliction of emotional distress, gross negligence, sexual abuse, sexual harassment and sexual abuse of a minor”.

According to the complaint, Spears played a pedophile in the video, which included scenes of him massaging oil on John’s back, among other sexually suggestive acts. The lawsuit claimed that after the shooting ended, “[John] the mother called crying and said he didn’t want to film anymore”.

The report indicates that at the time Jane was 14 years old and John was seven.

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Elsewhere in the suit, Jane claimed Haddish recruited her to film a commercial after she attended a comedy camp where Haddish was a guest speaker.

According to the legal documents, Haddish and Spears allegedly made Jane watch a video in which a man and a woman shared a sandwich “in a manner that simulated the act of fellatio” while “moaning and making sexual noises.”

Spears then allegedly told Jane “to mimic what she had seen on the screen, including the noises exactly like what she heard throughout the video.”

In an Instagram post shared on Sept. 5, Haddish wrote, “Obviously, while this skit was meant to be comedic, it wasn’t funny at all — and I deeply regret agreeing to play in it.”

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