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Country Singer Jimmie Allen Accused In Sexual Assault Lawsuit, Dropped By Label

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. Jimmie Allen, a country artist, has been fired by his record company due to a second sexual assault claim.

Two lawsuits have stopped Allen’s meteoric career, including one brought by his former day-to-day manager who claims Allen raped her and that his management staff failed to shield her from his predatory behavior.

On Monday, the Nashville-based label BBR Music Group stated that it “has dissolved its relationship with Jimmie Allen; he is no longer an active artist on its roster.”

Variety was the first to report on the initial case, which charged Allen with battery, assault, and sexual trafficking. It was filed in May. Additionally, it charged Wide Open Music, an organization that manages artists, and its founder, Ash Bowers, with egregious negligence and purposeful infliction of mental distress. The filings list Jane Doe as the name of both plaintiffs.

The management team was aware that Allen was sexually harassing the first accuser while she was working with him, according to the lawsuit, and when she protested and wanted to be reassigned, she was fired from her position.


Jimmie Allen, a country artist, has been fired by his record company due to a second sexual assault claim.

Due to this, Allen’s public relations firm, Full Coverage Communications, his former management company, The Familie, and his booking agency, UTA, all suspended him.

A lady who claimed to have met Allen on a plane filed a second lawsuit on Friday. She said Allen secretly recorded her on his phone while sexually assaulting her. She claimed that when she found the phone, she removed it from the hotel room and called the police to report the occurrence.

The lawsuits were filed in a federal court in Nashville, and neither Allen nor the management company has answered in court documents. But Allen insisted that he had a mutually agreeable relationship with his day-to-day management in a statement to Variety.

Allen said in a statement to the site, “I recognize that we had a sexual relationship that lasted for about two years. She never once accused me of wrongdoing during that period, and she expressed her desire for our friendship and connection to last forever. She only engaged a lawyer to contact me and request money after things between us ended, which makes me wonder about her motivations. The plain fact is that her claims are highly damaging and incorrect. I’ve put a lot of effort into developing my profession, and I intend to vigorously contest her allegations and pursue any other appropriate legal remedies to preserve my image.


A lawyer in either action does not represent Allen, and we could not contact him for comment.

“Since Jane Doe filed her case last month, we’ve heard from others who share similar experiences,” said Elizabeth A. Fegan, the lawyer defending Jane Does. I can see from Jane Doe 2’s filing that there is a clear, distinct pattern of behavior. We want to demonstrate that there is a pattern of dishonesty, trickery, and, finally, force.

The law is crystal clear: anyone who has consented to sexual activity has the right and ability to revoke permission at any moment. Stop means stop, just as no means no,” Fegan remarked. “It is sexual assault if one participant doesn’t stop.”

When Jimmie Allen’s song “Best Shot” from his debut album “Mercury Lane” reached No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in 2018, he made history as the first Black musician to do so. The succeeding country’s successes “Make Me Want To” and “Freedom Was a Highway” with Brad Paisley launched the Delaware native’s career. He was a 2022 Grammy Award nominee for best new artist. In addition to winning new artist of the Year at the Country Music Association Awards in the same year, he was named a new male artist at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2021.

He has also participated in “Dancing With The Stars” and co-hosted the 2022 ACM Awards in Las Vegas with Dolly Parton and Gabby Barrett.


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Russell Brand Speaks Out for the First Time Since Sex Allegations

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Russell Brand Speaks Out for the First Time Since Sex Allegations

Russell Brand says it’s been a “extraordinary and distressing” week following allegations of rape and sexual abuse against him.

He thanked fans for their support and for “questioning the information that you’ve been presented with” in a video posted on social media.

They are his first public comments since the Sunday Times and Channel 4’s Dispatches reported charges about him last weekend.

Russell Brand has refuted the allegations.

Four women accused Brand of sexual assaults and rape between 2006 and 2013, according to a collaborative investigation by the Sunday Times, the Times, and Channel 4’s Dispatches.

Brand disputed the charges prior to their publication, claiming that his encounters were “always consensual.”

The actor and comedian did not explicitly address the allegations in his three-minute video on Friday, but he did make statements about “media corruption and censorship” and “deep state and corporate collusion.”

He claimed he would post a longer film on the video streaming site Rumble on Monday, citing the platform’s “clear commitment to free speech.”

Rumble said earlier this week that it would not “join a cancel culture mob” in response to a question from a UK Parliament inquiry on whether it would slash Brand’s salary in the wake of the claims.

Four women filed claims against Russell Brand in the Sunday Times, Times, and Channel 4 investigation:

One woman claims Brand raped her against a wall in his Los Angeles home without using a condom. She claims Brand tried to stop her leaving until she told him she needed to use the loo. She was treated at a rape crisis centre on the same day, according to medical records obtained by the BBC.

A second woman in the United Kingdom claims Russell Brand assaulted her when he was in his early 30s and she was still in school. She claims he referred to her as “the child” during a controlling and emotionally abusive relationship. In retrospect, she claims he “engaged in grooming behaviours.”

A third woman claims that while working with Brand in Los Angeles, he sexually attacked her. She claims she constantly ordered Brand to get off her, and when he finally did, he “flipped” and became “super angry.” He allegedly threatened her with legal action if she notified anybody else about her claim.

The fourth woman claims Brand sexually assaulted her in the UK and was physically and emotionally hostile to her.

Another woman accused Brand this week of exposing himself to her and then laughing about it on his BBC radio show in 2008.

YouTube has barred Brand’s channels from receiving money from advertisements for “violating” the platform’s “creator responsibility policy.” It stated that it was acting “to protect” its users.

In recent years, he has repositioned himself, regularly sending videos to his online fans on spirituality, anti-establishment politics, and, most lately, UFOs.

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BTS Member Suga Begins Alternative 18 Month Military Service In South Korea

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SEOUL, South Korea – Suga, a member of the K-pop supergroup BTS, began his mandatory military service as a social service representative on Friday, an alternative form of military service in South Korea.

Suga, age 30, became the third member of the group to begin performing military duties. The remaining two, Jin and J-Hope, are already serving in active duty at army bases.

“I will faithfully serve and return… Please remain healthy and we’ll see you all in 2025!” Suga wrote in a message posted to the Weverse online fan community.

Big Hit Music, the management agency for BTS, reported that Suga began commuting to a workplace designated under the alternative military service system.

Due to threats from North Korea, all able-bodied males in South Korea must serve in the army, navy, or air force for 18 to 21 months under a conscription system. For 21 months, individuals with physical and mental impairments can perform their duties at non-military facilities such as welfare centers, community service organizations, and post offices.

Local media reported that Suga’s alternative service in 2020 was presumably related to shoulder surgery.


Suga, a member of the K-pop supergroup BTS, began his mandatory military service as a social service representative on Friday.

Active duty soldiers must complete five weeks of fundamental military training at boot camps before beginning service. According to the Military Manpower Administration, those performing alternative service must complete three weeks of basic military training and have the option to choose when to do so.

Unknown was the facility where Suga began serving. In a statement released earlier this week, BTS’s management agency, Bit Hit Music, asked Suga’s admirers not to visit him at work during his military service.

Big Hit Music requested that warm regards and encouragement be conveyed only in their souls. “We ask for your continued love and support for (Suga) until he completes his service and returns.”

Last year, a heated public debate erupted over whether BTS members should be exempt from their mandatory military obligations. However, the group’s administration agency ultimately reported that all seven members would meet their obligations.

South Korean law exempts athletes, classical and traditional musicians, ballet dancers, and other dancers if they have contributed to the nation’s prestige. K-pop performers do not qualify for the special exemption.


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Sophie Turner Sues To Force Estranged Husband Joe Jonas To Turn Over Children’s Passports

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NEW YORK — On Thursday, actress Sophie Turner filed a lawsuit against her estranged spouse, pop star Joe Jonas, to compel him to turn over the passports of their two young daughters so she can take them to England.

Turner, who was served with divorce papers this month after four years of marriage to Jonas, stated in her petition that the couple intended to nurture their daughters in her home country of England. It was also stated that the girls, aged 3 and 1, “are both fully involved and integrated in all aspects of daily and cultural life in England.”

Sofie, best known for her role as Sansa Stark on HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” filed her petition in New York federal court under the child abduction clauses of the Hague Convention, an international treaty designed to compel the return of a child stolen from their “habitual residence.”

Sofie, 27, and Jonas, 34, reportedly agreed to raise their daughters in England and relocated there in April of this year.

During part of August and September, while Jonas began a tour with his band, the Jonas Brothers, in the United States, Turner would be working long hours filming a television series in England. Therefore, Turner stated that she and Jonas had consented for the children to travel with Jonas and a nanny.

The plan was for Turner to travel to New York to collect the children after filming concluded on September 14, but “the breakdown of the parties’ marriage happened very suddenly,” Turner said.


On Thursday, actress Sophie Turner filed a lawsuit against her estranged spouse, pop star Joe Jonas.

According to Turner, Jonas filed for divorce in Florida on September 1, and she found out about it on September 5 through the media. The couple announced on their Instagram accounts on September 6 that they had mutually decided to terminate their marriage amicably.

Turner claims that she and Jonas met on September 17 and asked him for the children’s passports so she could transport them back to England. However, Jonas refused to hand over the passports of the girls, who were born in the United States and hold dual U.S. and British citizenship.

According to the court filing, Turner temporarily houses the girls in a Manhattan hotel. The Jonas Brothers were scheduled to perform in Philadelphia and Baltimore on Thursday and Friday, respectively.

Jonas stated that he is “seeking shared parenting so that the children are raised by both their mother and father” and that he is “fine with the children being raised in both the United States and the United Kingdom.”

“This is a regrettable legal dispute over a marriage that is sadly ending,” he continued. “When language like ‘abduction’ is used, it is at best deceptive and at worst a grave abuse of the legal system.”

Jonas stated that he did not startle Sophie Turner with divorce papers but instead filed for divorce after “multiple conversations with Sophie.”

Since 2005, when he and his siblings Nick and Kevin formed the Jonas siblings, Jonas has been a pop idol. He met Turner in 2016, and they wed in 2019.


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