Tiffany Haddish And Aries Spears Face Child Sexual Abuse Allegations


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

The indictment alleges that Haddish took Jane Doe to a Hollywood studio to film a “sexually suggestive” video in which the comedians asked her to watch a video of a group of women eating a sandwich and “groaning and making sexual noises as they both make the sandwich in a way that simulated the act of fellatio.”

The prosecution alleges Spears subsequently told Jane Doe that he wanted her to mimic what she had seen on the screen, “including the sounds exactly as she had heard throughout the video.” Haddish went on to show Jane Doe how to give fellatio “including movements, sounds, moaning and moaning”.

“Haddish forced a 14-year-old victim to perform simulated fellatio to capture commercial sexual acts and the production of child pornography,” the lawsuit reads.

When the scene was over, the plaintiff claimed that Haddish paid her $100 and sent her home. The prosecution never said anything about the experience.

A year later, in 2014, Haddish contacted the mother about filming another video, this time with her 7-year-old son, John Doe. The video was a comedy skit titled “Through a Pedophile’s Eyes.”

The lawsuit alleges that John was stripped “down to his underwear” and that the video shows Spears “lusting after the 7-year-old and harassing him throughout the video”. The plaintiffs also allege that Haddish was present during the filming of the video.

When filming was over, the lawsuit says, John “called his mother crying and told him he didn’t want to film anymore.”

The mother said she was not aware of what had been filmed until four years later in 2018 when she received a warning from the Bossip news site, referring to the “Mind of a Pedophile” video featuring John.

Initially, the lawsuit alleges, Haddish denied knowledge of the video, but then said the footage was just “dark comedy.”

Jane Doe, now 22, claims the trauma of the incident has kept her from dating because “she fears she will be taken advantage of and led down a path of false trust,” the lawsuit said.

As for John, the lawsuit alleges that he has “developed a social disorder, depression, and anxiety,” and that he lives in fear of being watched and recorded.

The lawsuit also alleges that the plaintiffs’ mother attempted to settle with Spears over John’s video in July 2018. The settlement stated, according to the lawsuit, that in exchange for $15,000, John’s mother would “indemnify or settle Spears for what he did to Mr. Doe.”

The plaintiffs allege that the settlement agreement “has no binding legal effect” as Haddish was not identified as a party. The indictment alleges that Haddish “insinuated that she did not want to be part of the Spears Settlement Agreement via text message.”

The complaint also alleges that at the time, the siblings had no guardian to represent their interests as minors.

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

The Valley Voice
The Valley Voice
Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.


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