Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears child sex abuse trial dismissed at the request of accuser Jane Doe

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Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears’ child sexual assault The trial has been dropped after his accuser filed a notice of dismissal last Friday.

Cecidia Carosa confirmed to Fox News Digital that the lawsuit was officially dismissed Tuesday and included a photo of a dismissal notice filed in the United States District Court for the Central District of California.

According to the notice, the trial was dismissed “with prejudice” by the plaintiff, identified only as Jane Doe, who also filed the notice on behalf of the second accused, his minor brother John Doe. A lawsuit dismissed with prejudice can never be retried.

Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears' child sexual assault lawsuit has been dropped after their accuser filed a notice of dismissal last Friday.

Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears’ child sexual assault lawsuit has been dropped after their accuser filed a notice of dismissal last Friday.
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The plaintiffs accused Haddish and Spears of intentional emotional distress, sexual battery, gross negligence, sexual assault and sexual abuse of a minor. In addition, Haddish was charged with “negligent supervision/failure to warn, breach of fiduciary duty and constructive fraud”.

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The lawsuit says the two persuaded a 14-year-old girl and a 7-year-old boy to make inappropriate video sketches starting in 2013.

The lawsuit states that Jen and John Doe met Haddish, 42, through her mother, who knew the comedy circuit’s “Night School” actress. The plaintiffs claimed that he had developed a close relationship with Haddish, whom he called “Aunt Tiff”, while he called her his niece and nephew.

“Me and my family know tiffany hadisho for many years — and now we know she will never harm me or my brother or help anyone else do anything that could harm us,” Jane Doe said in a statement to TMZ on Wednesday. said in.

“We wish Tiffany all the best and are glad we can all put this behind us.”

However, the “Girls Trip” star said that her career and reputation have been greatly damaged by the allegations.

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However, the “Girls Trip” star said that her career and reputation have been greatly damaged by the allegations.
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In a video obtained by TMZ, Haddish said, “I lost everything. All my gigs, went. Everything, went.”

When the paparazzo who filmed the actress asked her if she thought she could regain her reputation now because the lawsuit was dropped, Haddish said, “I don’t know, bro.”

He continued, “I don’t have any work, brother.”

Spears, who was not mentioned in Jane Doe’s statement, shared her reaction in a post on Instagram.

He shared a screenshot of an article about the dismissal from celebrity news blog The Shade Room, along with a tweet from TMZ, writing, “I hope you keep up the same energy.”

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In the lawsuit, the siblings accused the comedian of making a 2014 video titled “Through a Pedophile’s Eyes,” in which Haddish played John Doe’s mother and Spears played a pedophile who was allegedly “7 years old”. of lust and molestation on the child”. him in the whole video.”

The filing stated that “Haddish was present during the filming of the entire video and saw Spears sexually abusing a child and assisted.”

The video was uploaded to “Funny Or Die” but was reportedly removed in 2018. Haddish shared a post in early September in which she said that “I deeply regret agreeing to star” in the sketch.

Spears addressed the claims in an episode of her podcast

Spears addressed the claims in an episode of her podcast “Spears & Steinberg.” He dismissed the lawsuit as “a case of extortion” and “a shakedown”.
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The lawsuit states that in another purported video, the children were instructed by Haddish to “start moaning and making sexual noises as they were both eating [a] Sandwich [from opposite ends] In a way that followed the work of Feletio.”

According to the filing, “Haddish verbally explained what was expected of Plaintiff Jane Doe and then showed Plaintiff Jane Doe how it involved movement, noises, groans, and groans.”

On September 1, a lawyer for Haddish, Andrew Breitler, gave a statement to Fox News Digital, which read, “The plaintiff’s mother, Triza Morris, has been trying to push these bogus claims against Ms. Haddish for several years. .

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“Every lawyer who has taken his case initially – and there were many – eventually left the matter Once it became clear the claims were baseless and Ms Haddish would not be shaken.

“Now, Ms. Morris has her own adult daughter who is representing herself in this lawsuit. They will both face the consequences of pursuing this frivolous action together.”

In early September, Spears addressed the claims in an episode of her podcast “Spears & Steinberg.” He dismissed the lawsuit as “a case of extortion” and “a shakedown”.

“We will not be disappointed,” he said.

Fox News Digital’s Brie Stimson contributed to this report.

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