After the molestation lawsuit, Tiffany Haddish claims she “lost everything” and that “all my gigs are gone.”
Despite the Wednesday dismissal of the molestation complaint against Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears, the harm already seems to have been done.
According to the “Girls Trip” star, it cost her “all my gigs.”
At LAX, Haddish was caught on camera saying, “I lost everything. My jobs are all gone. She responded, “I don’t know, dude, would the dismissal of the lawsuit affect things. I am not employed.
Her comeback for Season 2 of Apple’s “The Afterparty” was confirmed earlier this year, despite the fact that she did not identify which jobs she would have lost. The Disney horror comedy “Haunted Mansion,” which is currently in post-production, is going to be her next big movie.
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Haddish’s representatives did not respond to TheWrap’s request for comment right away.
Haddish said she is “relieved” the case was dropped in a different video, adding that she was “concerned for the kids and making sure they were OK.” Spears’ opinion of the matter was inquired about, and she responded, “I don’t talk to him.”
A “Jane Doe” filed a lawsuit against the comic team earlier this month, alleging that they forced two juveniles to make sexually explicit sketch films. The plaintiff filed a notice of dismissal with prejudice on Tuesday, making it impossible to reopen the case.
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“My family and I have known Tiffany Haddish for many years – and we now know that she would never harm me or my brother or help anyone else do anything that could damage us,” the complainant reportedly said in a statement to TMZ. We are happy that we can all move past this and wish Tiffany the best.
The youngsters were 14 and 7 years old when the videos were produced in 2013. Later, Haddish expressed regret for taking part in the sketch “Through A Pedophile’s Eyes,” which starred Spears and the young kid.
The children’s mother has allegedly been trying to extort the comedian for years, according to Haddish’s attorney, who called the allegations “bogus” and a “shakedown.”
Aries Spears and Tiffany Haddish’s child sex abuse lawsuit has been dropped, and the accusers claim they have “put this behind us.”