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Usher: Insurance company says no way to paying for singer's herpes lawsuits

09 Août 2017

Which is why she and two more others (a male and a female) filed charges of sexual battery, fraud, negligence and intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress against the singer. The singer, who has had four No 1 albums in the USA, has not publicly commented on the accusations.

NYMG also claimed in its filing that Usher failed to disclose his alleged herpes condition to both his insurer and his partners.

"Raymond's failure to rebut the numerous reports that he has herpes has reasonably induced the plaintiffs to believe that Raymond has the virus and that he exposed them to it", the suit states.

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Other documents are said to lack the names of the plaintiff, defendant and the lawyers involved because the legal complaint doesn't exist, according to Usher's representatives.

The suit is based on recent news reports that the singer paid a celebrity stylist $1.1 million in 2012 to settle a lawsuit in which she claimed to have contracted herpes from the eight-time Grammy victor. Two have remained anonymous - one of whom has tested positive for herpes - but one, Quantasia Sharpton, held a press conference in NY with Bloom on Monday. She said Ursh showed up later at her hotel and had sex with her without disclosing he allegedly had genital herpes.

Our sources say Usher told them he may have pulled her up onstage. he doesn't remember, but he absolutely didn't hook up with her. "If you are positive, you need to warn your sex partners so they can make their own informed decisions". She has since tested negative for herpes.

Usher: Insurance company says no way to paying for singer's herpes lawsuits