Jake Paul claims former Team 10 member was “paid” to bring sexual assault allegations

Jake Paul, ahead of his Tyron Woodley boxing rematch, has defended himself from sexual assault allegations again issued by former Team 10 and TikToker Justine Paradise, claiming she was “paid” to make the request back in April 2021.

Days after the fight against Ben Askren, Jake Paul was Alleged sexual assault by former Team 10 member Justine Paradise.

In an April 9 video, Paradise testified that she was assaulted in July 2019. According to her account of events, the two danced together in his room before Paul attempted to have sex with her without need her consent.

Paul denied the claims at the time, saying it was “100% false” and “a blatant attempt to get attention during a week of clearly visible fighting.” He also stated he will pursue legal action to make sure that “they are held accountable for the things they are saying because they are not true”.

Jake paul shows off his boxing belt 500k
YouTube: Jake Paul, SHOWTIME

Jake Paul has again denied claims he sexually assaulted Justine Paradise prior to his fight with Tyron Woodley.

Right before his next battle, This time it’s a rematch with Tyron Woodley, Paul defended himself again, tell Graham Bensinger how the charges affected him.

“When you get sued for something absurd, it sucks. This is both time-consuming, life-threatening, and very expensive. No problem you want to solve. You don’t want to end up in court,” he said, talking about the lawsuits brought against him.

“We live in a society where someone can make demands on an individual and it can ruin everything in their life forever. I was like ‘this is ridiculous, this is a lie.’ It gave me a stomach ache and before you know it, the people from the event [are like] ‘this sponsor is withdrawing, we may have to cancel the fight’.

“I’ve never put my finger on a girl without their permission, and it’s horrible to be accused of such a thing.”

Jake Paul adds, he believes someone paid Paradise to fulfill the requests: “I think someone paid her to do it. 100%. Things like that don’t appear in 6 days from a big war. ”

Lawsuits force Paul to “put a camera” on YouTube

Since the allegations came to light, Jake Paul has been almost entirely focused on his boxing career with an occasional YouTube video. The star said claims of sexual assault and subsequent lawsuits were “part of [his] decided” to stop creating content.

“They all come from YouTube and create content,” he said. “It all started with the video recording and people getting annoyed. It was pretty easy to pinpoint the problem and part of my decision was to stop filming, just put the camera down. It’s just a vicious cycle that never ends.

“I overcame a situation with my brother in Japan where I lost all my money ⁠— cleaning up ⁠— in just one day waking up and feeling like the cycle was repeating itself.”

Jake Paul concludes his whole story by saying “there needs to be criminal punishment for this type of crime, for people who accuse people of things they didn’t do.”

Paradise has yet to respond to Paul’s latest statements.

https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/jake-paul-former-team-10-member-paid-sexual-assault-allegation-1723808/ Jake Paul claims former Team 10 member was “paid” to bring sexual assault allegations

Mike Fahey

TheHiu.com is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@thehiu.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button