Usher refutes sleeping with lady involved in herpes suit

14 August, 2017, 03:38 | Author: Benny Bass
  • The woman who is suing Usher alleging he hooked up with her at a hotel is telling the truth... so claims a woman who says she worked at the hotel

TMZ, though, spoke to pals of Usher's and he told them that in no way, shape or form did he have sex with Quantasia, saying he was on the verge of getting engaged to Grace Miguel.

As fans may already be aware, last week Usher was sued by a list of people who claim the singer exposed them to herpes without disclosing he suffered from the said STD.

The source shared with TMZ that Grace was the pop star's manager during the alleged encounter and that the two were inseparable.

Sharpton alleges one of Usher's team took her phone number, and they later arranged to meet at her hotel and had sexual relations, but that he never mentioned if he had herpes.

The person in Quantasia Sharpton's corner contacted TMZ to say that she knows for a fact that Usher and Sharpton hooked up because she saw it!

Usher has denied sleeping with the 21-year-old on November 15, 2014. Sharpton's story about the hotel night was corroborated with a Days Inn employee who said the singer was spotted in the hotel lobby and brought to the woman's room. She claims he didn't tell her he allegedly had genital herpes.

A former Days Inn employee testified that she saw Usher and the 21-year-old mother of three there at the same time almost two years ago.

The employee said she asked Usher for a picture and he promised to return and pose with her, but never did.

In addition to Sharpton, an unidentified man and a woman are also suing Usher for sexual battery, fraud, negligence, and intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress.

Usher hasn't responded publicly to any of the lawsuits against him, but insiders say he's insistent that nothing happened between him and Sharpton.

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