A celebrity on the social networking platform TikTok explained that YouTube-star-turned-boxer Jake Paul compelled her to a sex act without permission in the summer of 2019.
Justine Paradise stated in a 20-minute movie posted on YouTube past Friday that she did not say anything regarding the alleged assault earlier since she signed a nondisclosure agreement and believed it'd have broken the contract.
From the lengthy movie, Paradise stated she met Paul a few times in June and July of 2019 in the Team 10 House, a Los Angeles mansion at which many social networking celebrities worked and lived. Paradise explained that on July 20, 2019, she felt as though she made it clear to Paul that she did not wish to go any farther than simply kissing, but Paul compelled her to have oral sex.
Paradise made no reference about accepting the data to law enforcement.
Paul reacted on Twitter on Tuesday, stating"this claim made against me personally is 100% untrue" and that he"never had a sexual relationship with this person."
"Sexual assault accusations are not something I, or anybody should take lightly, however to be crystal clear, this claim made against me personally is 100% untrue," Paul stated as a part of his article ." ... I shall fight this to the limit to show my innocence."
Paul is scheduled to combat UFC fighter Ben Askren at a boxing game Saturday at Atlanta, and he's called the likes of UFC celebrities Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz for future boxing games.