Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears face child sexual abuse allegations

According to the lawsuit, the two alleged victims are the children of Haddish’s former friends.

The complaint alleges that Haddish took Jane Doe to a Hollywood studio to film a video that was “sexually suggestive.” ”

Plaintiff alleges that Spears wanted Jane Doe to imitate what she saw on screen, “including the exact same noise she heard throughout the video.” Dish allegedly taught Jane Doe how to give a blowjob “including movement, sound, moaning, and moaning.”

“Haddish coerced a 14-year-old victim into a simulated fellatio and documented commercial sex acts and the production of child pornography,” the lawsuit states.

When the scene ended, plaintiff alleges Haddish paid her $100 and sent her home. Plaintiff never spoke up about the experience.

A year later, in 2014, Haddish reached out to her mother about filming another video. This time with her 7-year-old son John Doe. The video was a comedy skit titled “Through the Eyes of a Pedophile”.

The lawsuit claims that John was stripped “down to his underwear” and that the video shows Spears “wanting for a 7-year-old and abusing him throughout the video.” Plaintiff also claims Haddish was present during the filming of the video.

Once filming was finished, the lawsuit states that John “told his crying mother to say he didn’t want to shoot anymore.”

The mother was unaware of what had been filmed until four years later, in 2018, when she received a warning from celebrity news site Bossip.

In the complaint, Haddish initially denied knowledge of the video, but later said the video was simply a “dark comedy.”

Jane Doe, now 22, claims the trauma from the incident prevented her from dating.

As for John, the lawsuit alleges that he “developed social disorders, depression and anxiety,” and that he lives in fear of being seen or recorded.

The lawsuit also alleges that in July 2018, plaintiff’s mother tried to settle with Spears over John’s video. Either compensate Spears for what he did to Mr. Doe, or settle.”

Plaintiffs allege that the settlement agreement “has no binding legal effect” because Haddish was not identified as a party. was alluded to in the text.”

The complaint also alleges that the brothers were not present at the time with a guardian representing their interests as minors.

Plaintiffs are seeking damages and have filed a request for a jury trial.

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