Molestation lawsuit against Tiffany Haddish, Aries Spears dropped by accuser

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A woman who has sued comedians Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears for dressing her and her brother as children and abusing her on camera for sexually explicit skits has filed a request to have the claim dismissed. has done.

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Plaintiff requested that the US District Court for Central California dismissed her suit with prejudice, meaning it could not be re-filed. No reason was given for the withdrawal of the case.

In a statement, the woman, who was Identified only as Jane Doe “We are glad we can all put this behind us,” the court documents said.


“My family and I have known Tiffany Haddish for many years – and now we know she will never harm me or my brother or help anyone else who may harm us,” the statement read. “

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Lawyers for Haddish, Spears and the comedian have not publicly commented on the situation since the lawsuit request was submitted.

The lawsuit was originally filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on August 30 by 22-year-old Jane on behalf of herself and her 14-year-old brother, identified as John Doe. The lawsuit claimed that Haddish and Spears sexually abused two siblings on camera for a comedy skit, leaving them “trauma to life.”

At the time of the alleged incidents, Jane was 14 and John was seven.

Just a week after the lawsuit was filed, Haddish addressed the claims in a message posted to her Instagram, expressing regret for being involved.

Haddish wrote, “While the sketch was intended to be comical, it was not funny at all – and I deeply regret agreeing to star in it.”

According to the lawsuit, Haddish and Spears met two siblings because their mother was friends with Haddish through the comedy circuit.

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In 2013, Haddish reportedly asked Jane to star in a skit with her after she appeared as a guest speaker at the comedy Summer Camp, which Jen was participating in. Haddish told Jen it was the “right role” for her, the lawsuit reads.

The next year, Haddish reportedly offered the role to Jane’s younger brother, telling the siblings’ mother that it would be “a sizzle reel for Nickelodeon” to help cast the boy by the TV network, Suits. says.

The lawsuit claims that the plaintiff’s mother asked Jane to conduct the shooting, but the siblings were told they needed to be “separated” for filming.

The lawsuit originally claimed that both Jane and John developed social disorders as a result of the alleged abuse.

Lawyers for both Haddish and Spears personally dismissed the lawsuit at the time, marking it as a shakedown. Haddish’s attorney, Andrew Breitler, claimed that the plaintiff’s mother has “for many years been trying to assert these bogus claims against Ms. Haddish.”

The lawyer called the claims “unqualified” and said Haddish had previously shown she “won’t be shaken.”

In a separate statement, Spears’ attorney Debra Opry said the comedian “wasn’t going to get into any trouble.”

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