jake-paul-sexual-assault-allegations-update-Youtuber-denies-all-the-claims

TikToker Justine Paradise has made a sexual assault allegation on YouTuber Jake Paul who has now published a statement in response.

In the statement, he mentions that he is going to take legal actions against the video and also that he completely denies all the claims made by the TikToker.

On April 13 Jake published a statement in response to these allegations, in the statement he completely denies all the claims.

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Paul also mentions that he is going to take full legal action against the individual, I will be “pursuing this defamation of character case to the fullest extent of the law,” he says.

Full story of Jake Paul sexual assault allegations.

TikToker Justine Paradise currently have 520,000 followers and over 70 million likes on TikTok – which is definitely a big number but not as big as Jake’s following.

Story begins on March 31, with Justine posting a TikTok video, signing an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) at a “famous YouTuber’s house,” at the moment of writing this – the video has surpassed 1 million views.

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am I allowed talk about it if I signed an NDA?????

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In her following TikToks, she announces that she will be making a full detailed video on this topic which will go live on YouTube.

On April 9 she does post the video and in her 20 minutes long video titled “Trigger Warning” she mentions Jake Paul as her sexual assaulter.

In the video she starts her story with naming one of her contact as “Michael”, she says she messaged Michael asking him to hang out.

After arriving at the address that Michael sent her – which was the one and only Team 10 house, she had to sign an NDA immediately upon arriving.

“I was a little thrown off, I didn’t even know we would be going to the Team 10 House,” Paradise explained, moving on she then explains how Jake approached her. “Then Jake came up to me and asked me for my phone number. He was really awkward, I don’t know if it was just me, but he was really awkward when he was talking to me.”

She then brings up the chat between her and Jake, the first text between her and Jake was dated June 1 and the last one was dated July 20 – the days she claims she was assaulted.

In this one and a half month duration she mentions that she went to Team 10’s house multiple times.

But Jake was still behaving awkward around her, like he would ask her to come over but when she was there “he would not talk to me, like to my face, he would say hi to me and then he would go do other stuff.”

She says that her relationship with Jake was like “middle school crush”.

Content warning: video below contains graphic description of sexual assault.

According to her July 20 was the day – the alleged sexual assault incident happened. And according to her claims, it all started with Jake grabbing her and leading her to his room.

“We were dancing in his room, then we were like kissing and stuff, and then he like took it to his bed,” she explained. “Normally, everybody respects me when I don’t want to do sexual things, so I thought it was fine I went in his room, and I thought it would be fine to kiss him, because I thought he would stop if I didn’t want to do anything else.”

Paradise then claims in the video that eventually Paul got frustrated and said “well if nothing’s going to happen, what’s the point?” before standing up and assaulting her, after she had made it clear she wasn’t interested in sex.

“I couldn’t tell him not to, he didn’t ask for consent or anything. Like, he knew I didn’t want to do anything with him, because he said ‘if nothing’s going to happen, what’s the point?’” she continued, adding that after the alleged incident, Paul cut off all communication with her.

Now Jake Paul in response to the sexual assault allegation made on him has published a statement saying that he is going to take full legal actions against her.

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