In a civil lawsuit filed by a 22-year-old lady on her own behalf, Aries Spears and Tiffany Haddish are accused of sexually abusing the plaintiffs while they were both youngsters and her younger brother in Los Angeles Superior Court. The sibling, who was born in 2007, is still a child in the action, which was filed under the aliases “Jane Doe” and “John Doe,” claims that Tiffany Haddish And Aerys Spears pressured the young plaintiffs into “filming sexually graphic child pornography skits” by grooming them.
According to the plaintiffs, their mother introduced them to Tiffany Haddish And Aerys Spears. Tiffany Haddish And Aerys Spears is referred to as a “longtime family friend” in the complaint. Tiffany Haddish And Aerys Spears “took advantage and stole the youth of a 7-year-old kid and a 14-year-old youngster,” the complaint claims.
Two distinct incidences of alleged sexual abuse of juveniles are highlighted in the case, both of which are said to have occurred in Los Angeles. In 2013, Jane Doe claims that the performers forced her to imitate fellatio for a film. The complaint claims that Tiffany Haddish And Aerys Spears both appeared in the 2014 movie, and that John Doe was forced to perform in a pornographic video while still in his underpants.
The People Who Engage in “Grooming” Gradually Gain The Trust of Their Victims And Destroy Their Limits
Two years after Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein was charged with rape and other counts of sexual abuse of aspiring actors, charges of sexual abuse of adolescents after earning their confidence, or “grooming,” have been made against Tiffany Haddish And Aerys Spears. According to sexual abuse lawyer Paul Mones, grooming delays the onset of sexual abuse.
A criminal slowly wins over a victim by appealing to their position, wealth, or other sources of power. Then, they “test” their victim by making progressively improper requests.
In doing so, they weaken the victim’s limits, causing them to act in ways they may not have otherwise, according to Mones. As a result, a victim of grooming may keep dating their abuser while downplaying the severity of the situation out of self-preservation, according to Mones.
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