Celebrity attorney Lisa Bloom held a news conference on Monday to announce 3 more people accusing R&B crooner Usher Raymond of infecting them with genital herpes.
Usher is being sued for $20 million by a New Orleans R&B singer who claims the singer infected her with genital herpes.
One of the three new accusers is a man who claims Usher did not warn him that he was infected with the herpes virus before engaging in sex.
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During the news conference in New York City, one of the accusers, Quantasia Sharpton, said she tested negative for herpes before giving birth last year.
Sharpton, now 21, said she was celebrating her 19th birthday and "sporting a crown" at an Usher concert when she and her friends were summoned backstage by the 38-year-old singer.
She said she slipped her number to one of Usher's bodyguards and she received a call from the singer at her hotel later that night.
"We spoke for a while and then we engaged in sexual contact. He never warned me about any STDs, it was just after my 19th birthday,” said Sharpton.
“When I first heard he had herpes I couldn’t believe it… I would have never consented if I had known.”
During the news conference, Sharpton pleaded with the singer directly to confirm his herpes status.
“Usher, if you are negative, please say so. If you are positive, you need to warn your sex partners,” Sharpton said.
The reason Sharpton begged Usher to provide his test results is because Bloom tried unsuccessfully to coerce Usher's camp to provide his test results.
I told you earlier that there is no legal complaint on file in Los Angeles that alludes to a herpes case against Usher in 2012.
If there was a lawsuit on file, Bloom would already know Usher's herpes status -- and her client would not have to publicly beg Usher to provide his test results.
Sandrarose.com reported exclusively on Monday that the singer did not pay out $1.1 million to another accuser in 2012. And, in fact, Usher does not have the herpes virus.
Bloom should have done her homework. Why hold a news conference and make yourself the laughing stock of the industry?