Woman insists Usher debased her amid herpes claims

Woman insists Usher debased her amid herpes claims

Woman insists Usher debased her amid herpes claims

Speaking at the press briefing with her lawyer Lisa Bloom, Sharpton said she celebrated her birthday by attending one of his concerts with her friends when she was spotted.

Even more people are suing singer Usher after he allegedly failed to tell them he had herpes simplex two before engaging in sexual activity with them. "He never warned me about any STDs", Sharpton said.

Following the report, a woman who said she had unprotected sex with Usher earlier this year and tested positive for herpes filed a $20 million lawsuit against him for "emotional harm, medical bills and punitive damages", according to court papers obtained by TMZ.

Court documents indicate that Sharpton tested negative for the virus when she gave birth to her baby previous year, but she's suing because she felt her rights were violated.

As attorney Lisa Bloom - who is representing Usher's three alleged victims - explained, it's still a crime not to disclose your status - regardless of whether or not the person is infected or not.

According to Bloom at least one of her clients has tested posted for the virus and alleges that it was Usher who transmitted it.

Sharpton ad Bloom looked to filed the lawsuit in California.

At the press conference, a woman named Quantasia Sharpton, who is not actually a part of the B.S. lawsuit but who is apparently tagging along for the ride, appeared with Bloom.

"When I first heard reports that he had herpes, I could not believe it".

Usher is facing several lawsuits alleging he exposed his previous sexual partners to the risk of contracting genital herpes. One of the plaintiffs even claimed that the singer caused her "birthing complications".

Usher "has not publicly denied these claims", the suit reads, leading the plaintiffs to believe Usher "has the virus and that he exposed them to it".

She then said she received a call from a blocked number later on and it was Usher, asking what hotel she was staying in and her room number.

Instead, "Raymond acted with malice, fraud, oppression in intentionally and purposefully concealing his Herpes diagnosis from Plaintiffs in a deliberate effort to have sexual relations with Plaintiffs".

"We hope he has not knowingly endangered his sex partners", Bloom said.

'Although I am negative, I am upset by the reports because I never would have consented, if I would have known.

Usher has not commented.

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