A new lawsuit claims sexual abuse and making a secret sex video
Jimmie Allen is once again on the receiving end of a sexual assault lawsuit as a second woman has come forward alleging abuse and accusing the country star of filming a secret sex video. The suit was filed Friday (June 9th) in Tennessee federal court identifies the new accuser as Jane Doe 2, according to Variety. In the suit, she alleges she was randomly approached by Allen on a plane in 2022, and the singer pursued and engaged with her for two months in a long-distance conversation before meeting in Las Vegas where she claims the assault occurred and was filmed sexually without her knowledge.
The lawsuit claims, “Allen sexually assaulted Jane Doe 2 in his hotel room and then passed out. Extremely upset by the assault, Jane Doe 2 was leaving the hotel room when she discovered that Allen had surreptitiously and, without her consent, placed his cell phone in the closet facing the bed and had been videotaping the entire event.”
The alleged victim flew home by herself where she filed a police report and turned the phone into authorities. Her attorney has confirmed that detectives have contacted the victim, but are awaiting further details about the investigation.
She is suing Allen for battery, assault, invasion of privacy and emotional distress.
Last month, Allen was sued by a member of his former day-to-day management team for sexual battery, assault, false imprisonment, sex trafficking and emotional distress. The unnamed woman, who is suing under the moniker of Jane Doe, alleges that she was manipulated and groomed by Allen into a sexually abusive relationship that happened during an 18 month period from 2000-2022.
Allen’s former management company, Wide Open Music, and its founder Ash Bowers are also named in the first suit for “gross negligence and participating in a venture engaged in sex trafficking, among other counts.”
No charges have been filed on either case as of press time.
Allen acknowledged the affair and publicly apologized to his wife Alexis Gale after it was announced the pair were separating after nearly three years of marriage. They also shared that a new baby is on the way.
After the initial news broke, his long time label, BBR’s Stoney Creek Records, and his booking agency, UTA, suspended him. He was also dropped from the Nissan Stadium Nightly Concerts lineup at the 50th CMA Fest. His publicity firm, Full Coverage Communications, also parted ways with the singer.
It’s been confirmed that Allen has been dropped by his label after news of the second lawsuit broke on Friday.
“BBR Music Group has dissolved its relationship with Jimmie Allen,” the label says in a statement. “He is no longer an active artist on its roster.”