Tiffany Haddish is speaking out after the lawsuit against her and Aries Spears alleging child sexual abuse has been dismissed. While talking to TMZ inside Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), she explained she’s relieved the suit is dismissed but said it hurt her career.
The reporter asked if any damage was done to her career, although it’s behind her now. “Oh, I lost everything. All of my gigs are gone. Everything is gone,” Tiffany replied. Before walking away told the reporter she didn’t have a job. As we previously reported, on Monday, the plaintiff identified as Jane Doe filed to dismiss the case with prejudice. In the lawsuit, the two comedians were accused of grooming and molesting Jane Doe and her younger brother when they were fourteen and seven years old. The dismissal of the case comes after rumors of a possible settlement surfaced last week.
Jane released a statement regarding the dismissal, saying, “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 harm us. We wish Tiffany the best, and we can all put this behind us.” Tiffany has taken accountability for her actions and essed her regret in making the skit in an instagram post on September 5th.
It’s unclear what jobs Tiffany, has lost but she was confirmed to appear in ‘Girl Trip 2,’ starring alongside Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith. In August, Regina confirmed on an appearance on Good Morning America that filming hadn’t started due to scheduling conflicts. “I hate disappointing. We’re not in production. We’re not ready yet,” the actress said. “I can’t wait to see the script. It is going to happen; it’s what I’ve been told; I did hear that they’re writing,” she continued. “Everything gets slowed down with schedules. It was going to move, and then Omicron happened.”
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Originally published at theshaderoom.com