Usher has yet to publicly respond to a lawsuit in which a man and two women claim that he failed to tell them he had genital herpes before having sex with them. But he and his fans are seeking to malign the reputation — and the looks — of at least one of his accusers: Quantasia Sharpton. The year-old came forward in a press conference Monday to claim she and the singer had sex after one of his concerts in As footage of the live conference showed, Sharpton is a plus-sized woman. Usher himself is taking that line of defense, according to TMZ. In her version of events, Sharpton said she was at an Usher concert several years ago when she was
Woman saying Usher gave her herpes says they have sex tape
Woman saying Usher gave her herpes says they have sex tape | Daily Mail Online
Two of these victims are women, and one, according to TMZ , is a man. The latter reveal has come as quite a shock to Usher fans, causing many to wonder whether the singer could possibly be gay or bisexual. Here are the details. The news of these latest lawsuits broke on Friday, when attorney Lisa Bloom posted an official statement on her Twitter account. Bloom goes on to state that Usher had vaginal sex with at least one of the female accusers, and oral sex with the male accuser. Usher has not responded to these allegations.
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By Dailymail. The woman accusing Usher of exposing her to genital herpes says she has a sex tape of the two of them. Quantasia Sharpton left , the woman who is accusing Usher right of exposing her to genital herpes, says she has a sex tape of the two of them. Sharpton said the incident occurred when she attended an Usher concert in November held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, to celebrate her 19th birthday. Sharpton told YouTube vlogger Miss Jacob Kohinoor above that she filmed the alleged sex act with the 'U Remind Me' singer and claims he knew he was being recorded.
Usher has finally responded to a lawsuit brought by one man and two women who have accused him of knowingly exposing them to genital herpes. The other two plaintiffs have chosen to remain anonymous, identifying themselves in court papers as Jane Doe and John Doe. Lisa Bloom, the attorney for the three plaintiffs, said that one of the other plaintiffs has been diagnosed with herpes.