Woman Claims Celebrity Gave Her Herpes

(CN) – An anonymous woman claims “an A-list celebrity of substantial fame” gave her a sexually transmitted disease after a videotaped sexual trist in a Las Vegas penthouse back in April.

     The John Doe defendant is worth more than $100 million and “wielded his influence, money and notoriety to attract his prey,” according to the complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court.
     “As a carnivorous plant lures unsuspecting victims with veiled deceit, so to did the defendant in this case,” the complaint states. “In flaunting his power, fame and money, defendant lured the unsuspecting plaintiff into his sprawling Las Vegas penthouse for an evening of prolonged sex and illicit drug use. For plaintiff, the night will last forever not solely in the form of the video-tape that recorded the evening, but in the form of a dreaded sexually transmitted disease spread by defendant to plaintiff.”
     After meeting the defendant in Las Vegas on April 1, defendant allegedly “entered into a nefarious plot designed to lure plaintiff into his luxurious hotel room to serve his selfish prurient desires.”
     The pair made small talk in the hotel room, according to the complaint, before moving to a couch where they began discussing sexual habits, and whether or not either of them had any sexually transmitted diseases. They began undressing and filming the event on their cell phones to “relive the magic over-and-over,” and based “on their mutual assertions of cleanliness, the pair engaged in sexual acts that included mutual oral copulation, mutual self gratification, rubbing and massaging each other, play-wresting, licking and intercourse,” the lawsuit states.
     The celebrity allegedly knew he was infected with herpes and since contracting the disease. The woman says she “suffered personal invasion, humiliation, inconvenience and financial expense associated with continued medical examinations, screenings, testing, monitoring and medication, and emotional stress of now having an increased risk for various other diseases, including cancer.”
     The woman seeks $20 million in damages from John Doe, and 30 other Doe defendants for sexual battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence and fraud. She is represented by Keith M. Davidson from Davidson & Associates of Los Angeles.

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