Fans sue Usher over sexual battery and fraud

Usher sued over allegedly failing to disclose herpes diagnosis

As we previously reported, Usher is being sued by a woman who claims he had sex with her and didn't tell her that he had genital herpes. She is one of four people now suing him for exposure to herpes.

Usher's wife, Grace Raymond, is reportedly unfazed by the accusations, believing her husband to be clean - literally and figuratively.

Usher claimed that it was entirely possible that he pulled Sharpton onto the stage, because he "looks to bring a diverse group of people up onstage, not just supermodels", according to sources at TMZ. "I ain't saying Usher got this, or he got that, but get off his nuts, literally". Sharpton said the pair "engaged in sexual contact" after an Usher concert where she was celebrating her 19th birthday. Also, early Monday morning, she wrote, "Enjoying my last couple of hours as a regular girl", which insinuates that coming forward will put her in the spotlight. "It's not a crime to be honest about the fact you need money". Sharpton pointed out that she is speaking on behalf of herself and the other people who are embarrassed to speak out publicly because some of them are positive. They talked for a while, then had "sexual contact", Sharpton said. "He never warned me about any STDs", Sharpton said. The other two people are only known as Jane and John Doe. Quantasia stood next to her lawyer, Lisa Bloom, as Quantasia chastised Usher for allegedly exposing her to herpes, even though Sharpton claimed she tested negative for herpes.

Usher has yet to address all these claims.

New York Marine and General Insurance Company executives explain they will cover the costs of Usher's defense in the Georgia case, unless a judge decides they can be excused over the cited coverage clause.

The new scandal is impacting Usher in various ways.

Usher's other accusers also include the female plaintiff in a 2012 lawsuit who said she contracted herpes from Usher.

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