Usher STD Accuser Says She’s Being Discriminated Against Because She’s Suing The Singer
One of Usher’s STD accusers, Quantasia Sharpton, claims that she’s being discriminated against by Amazon and Chase. Sharpton posted a lengthy message about the situation. She didn’t say Usher’s name specifically, but said that since she filed a lawsuit, these two companies have mysteriously begin to give her issues. See her message below.
As previously reported, Last July 2017 documents leaked online alleging that Usher has been a carrier of the herpes virus since 2009 or 2010 and that he infected a partner with it 2012. It alleges that Usher paid the woman’s doctor bills and settled what a civil suit for $1.1 million. Amid the allegations, it was reported that another woman filed a $10 million lawsuit against Usher claiming that he exposed her to the herpes virus without her knowledge or consent; a crime in certain states. Outlets followed up this story with another alleging that she increased her lawsuit to $20 million after testing positive.
Three more claimants sued him on allegations of fraud, sexual battery, infliction of emotional distress and more, alleging that he was positive for the herpes virus and didn’t tell them in advance. All three are represented by attorney Lisa Bloom who said on 8 August 2017, that one of her three clients had contracted genital herpes allegedly from him.
One of the accusers, Quantasia Sharpton, said she had unprotected sex with him after a concert she attended. The other two accusers, one male, one female, preferred to remain anonymous plaintiffs. Sharpton admitted she tested negative and Bloom stated she didn’t know if the singer had the disease.