Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears funny die, funny or die Tiffany Haddish The DISTURBING NEW lawsuit claims that comics Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears forced a 7-year-old boy and his 14-year-old daughter to perform explicit comedy skits, which caused them “severe emotional damage.” The supposed Jane Doe victim, now 22, filed the lawsuit on Tuesday in Los Angeles on behalf of herself and her younger brother. The complaint alleges Haddish and Aries were able to groom minors and made them take part in separate sexually explicit video shoots, without any parent or guardian in 2013 and in 2014. Lawyers representing the comedians claimed on Thursday their clientele was being threatened with
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“Plaintiff’s mother, [name removed trying to prove these false allegations against Mrs. Haddish for a number of years. Each attorney who initially considered her case -which was a lot had to drop the matter after it was evident that the claims were not valid and Ms. Haddish was not taken down,” Haddish’s lawyer Andrew Brettler declared in a letter that was sent by. “He isn’t going to fall for any shakedown,” Spears lawyer Debra Opri stated in an additional statement. The lawsuit, which was first reported in the Daily Beast, names Jane Doe as her younger brother’s legal guardian.
Jane Doe said she would not be discouraged. “The evidence is there for all the world to be able to. There’s no doubt how my father was sexually assaulted in 2014 by Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears 2014,” she wrote. According to the filing of 31 pages, Jane Doe was attending a comedy camp at Laugh Factory in 2013 when Haddish contacted her to perform in a spoof of a Subway commercial. (The lawsuit also states that Haddish is “a longtime family friend” of the plaintiff’s mother.) Jane Doe has claimed that Haddish paid for her lunch, took her to the “Hollywood set” and had her view a video of the two “making sexual noises” as they ate their sandwiches “in a manner that simulated the act of fellatio.” Jane Doe says Haddish and Spears who were apparently with on filming location, encouraged her to imitate the commercial through pantomiming fellatio.
“Physically, emotionally, and mentally uncomfortable, plaintiff Jane Doe mimicked the acts that Haddish and Spears wanted her to do so she could go home,” the lawsuit states. It also says that Haddish then offered Jane Doe $100 and sent her home. In 2014, a year after the incident, Haddish and Spears brought their siblings to a filming session at Spears at her home, as the documents state. Jane Doe says that she wasn’t able to communicate with her twin brother when Haddish and Spears recorded a skit featuring the boy, titled “Through A Pedophiles Eyes” which was posted to the wildly popular funny Or Die comedy website.
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In the almost five-minute comedy which was reviewed in, Haddish portrays the boy’s continually disappearing mother. Spears who was a frequent guest in”MADTV,” a FOX sketch comedy series MADtv is the creepy late-night child sitter “Uncle Pete.” Spears is seen looking lustily at 7-year-old John Doe through peepholes cut from newspaper pages as John Doe plays on the floor wearing his underwear. Spears then rubs oil onto the back of the boy, and later takes a bath alongside the kid. The clip ends with the child rubbing oil on Spears her shoulder, which is bare. an inscription on the card that reads “WATCH WHO YOU LEAVE THEIR kids with!”
“Funny Or Die found this video absolutely disgusting and would never produce such content. “We did not have any involvement in the concept, development, or funding of the video. The video was uploaded to the website as user-generated content and removed in 2018 after we became aware of its existence of it.” In the suit, it is claimed that the “extreme and outrageous” conduct of Haddish and Spears resulted in the siblings having to become “traumatized for life.” The complaint states that Jane Doe was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder that hinders her from socializing or getting along with friends. John Doe is said to is a very quiet person as well as “places Band-Aids over the cameras on his electronics for fear of being watched or recorded.”
The court documents state that the mother of the siblings tried to settle a $15,000 deal with Spears in the year 2018 that would have compensated the pop star. The filings claim that the settlement could be considered to be non-binding since the mother did not have representation from an attorney. “Plaintiff’s mother was just hoping for to put an end to the nightmare and tried to reach a settlement with mental anguish. …She was unable to be able to take care of the situation and her personal decision after discovering the molestation, and let alone defend the molestation and her husband Mr. Doe in a settlement agreement,” the lawsuit states and adds that Haddish wasn’t a participant to the settlement “Haddish insinuated she wanted no part of the Spears settlement agreement via text,” the complaint reads.