Lizzo plans to sue her former backup dancers over ‘their sham lawsuit’!

Lizzo plans to hit back at allegations by her former backup dancers – by suing them!?

By now you know that real pain Artist accused by three of her former employees Arianna Davis, Noelle RodriguezAnd Crystal Williams, for sexual harassment, creating a hostile work environment, body shaming and more in a bombshell lawsuit filed earlier this month. Lizzo vehemently denied the allegations. However, several others have since come forward to support the three artists’ claims. There’s also a chance the hitmaker may have to deal with even more lawsuits soon.

But Lizzo won’t go down without a fight! Accordingly TMZ On Wednesday, the 35-year-old singer’s lawyer stated, Marty SingerShe says she plans to sue the dancers’ “sham lawsuit” “after she wins the first case.” In particular, it will take action against them for malicious prosecution. Why is he so confident that Lizzo will be victorious in this future courtroom showdown? The lawyer claims he has evidence proving her innocence, including a new picture of her three accusers enjoying themselves backstage with some nude performers at a Paris club.

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For those who don’t know, Arianna, Noelle and Crystal alleged in their lawsuit that they were invited to a club in France to perform “to learn or be inspired” by performing. The Special Trip. However, Lizzo didn’t tell them “that it was a nude cabaret bar,” taking away “the decision not to participate.” The incident came a month after they were allegedly forced to touch naked performers and “eat bananas sticking out of the performers’ vaginas” at a club in Amsterdam.

However, Singer says a newly surfaced image shows the trio “happily carousing” and “merrily reveling” backstage with the performers of the nude cabaret in Paris on March 5. The attorney argued those images contradicted claims made by Arianna, Noelle and Crystal as they “frolic happily backstage” with the other dancers. You can see the picture HERE.

There is more…

A few weeks later, Singer claimed to the outlet that the dancers asked to renew their contract and return for a third leg of their tour. Arianna had also gushed about how “it was so amazing and such a beautiful journey” to be working on an audition tape with Lizzo a month after the Paris incident, adding:

“I look up to her so much. I just want to follow in their footsteps and I want to share that with Queen Lizzo herself.”

After the audition tape came out, Singer noted, “She tried to explain her enthusiastic comments about Lizzo by claiming that the ‘most’ of her allegations were based on things that happened later.” But he claims “that excuse is backed up by the facts , also by these pictures, completely refuted.”

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What do your former dancers say about this picture? your lawyer, Neama Rahmanishot back at Singer, explaining that the three women stand by the allegations in the lawsuit no matter what:

“Of course they wanted to keep their jobs. They had bills to pay like everyone else, but eventually they had had enough of the abuse. We stand behind every claim in the lawsuit and look forward to the process. We’ve heard from other ex-employees who have shared similar stories, and as can be seen in Los Angeles Times Today article about how Lizzo used intimate footage of her dancers without their permission in 2022 HBO Max i love lizzo In the documentary, we see even more patterns in how much Lizzo thinks about those who work for her. Obviously not very much.”

But Singer insisted that he had other “substantive evidence” that could “substantiate the glaring contradictions between what plaintiffs allege in their sham lawsuit and what is actually proved by the facts.” Wow…

Lizzo is obviously ready to go into battle. Reactions to the latest in the lawsuit drama, Perezcious readers? Let us know below in the comments.

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