Usher Faces A New Lawsuit For Allegedly Exposing Another Woman To STD

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According to California state law, where Usher now resides, it is illegal to knowingly or recklessly transmit a sexually transmitted disease (STD).

She is claiming that Usher never told her he was infected with herpes even though she performed oral sex on him and later on engaging in sexual intercourse. This suit follows this week's media headlines of legal documents revealing that Usher paid another sex partner an upwards of a $1 million for giving her herpes.

Usher paid for the stylist's medical bills, a reported $2,754.40 in 2012 and settled the suit on December 28, 2012. 12 days later, she met up with Usher at a New Orleans hotel room, and the two had sex, however, Usher didn't wear a condom.

The victim claimed she "feels that her health and body have been ruined" and "has suffered severe emotional distress and has been extremely depressed knowing there is no cure". The woman did not claim that she developed the disease, but that she felt concerned over her exposure to it.

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According to suit documents received by TMZ, the woman, identified as Jane Doe, alleges that she had multiple sexual encounters with Usher. However, this is not the first time when the singer is dealing with such allegations.

Superstar singer Usher has been slammed with a $10m lawsuit for exposing another woman to Herpes.

So it's already been all over the media that singer Usher Raymond paid a hair stylist $1,000,000 of hush money, to keep her silent after the R&B star gave her herpes.

Between R. Kelly's alleged harem and Usher's 2004 hit "Let It Burn" taking on a whole new meaning, the foolery isn't over just yet.

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