LOS ANGELES (CN) – A woman claims an “A-list celebrity of substantial fame” with a net worth of more than $100 million lured her to his “sprawling Las Vegas penthouse” for a night of “prolonged sex and illicit drug use,” and infected her with herpes, though he promised he had no venereal diseases. And she says she has it all on video.
The 18-page Roe vs. Doe complaint is quite explicit – except for names.
J. Roe seeks punitive damages from John Doe, for sexual battery, fraud, misrepresentation, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
According to the complaint: “John Doe, an A-list celebrity of substantial fame, intentionally wielded his influence, money and notoriety to attract his pretty. In flaunting his power, fame and money, defendant lured the unsuspecting plaintiff in to 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 videotape that recorded the evening, but in the form of a dreaded sexually transmitted disease spread by defendant to plaintiff.”
Roe, of Clark County, Nevada, says Doe’s primary residence is in Los Angeles and that his “net worth is valued in excess of one hundred million dollars.”
She says she met him “on or before April 1, 2011, in Las Vegas,” and that “after unrelenting efforts by the defendant” she fell to his “nefarious plot designed to lure plaintiff into his luxurious hotel room to serve his selfish prurient desires.”
She says it was in the Presidential Suite of his hotel room. There, she says, they discussed their sexual histories, and both promised that they did not shoot drugs or have “ANY venereal disease.”
“Plaintiff confirmed that plaintiff was STD free and that plaintiff had been in a monogamous relationship for several years.” She says Doe told her “without equivocation that he had no venereal diseases.”
She says that, with her permission, the celebrity videotaped her as she undressed, and “encouraged plaintiff to record him and his ingestion of illegal drugs.”
“As the parties engaged in sexual relations they each conspicuously video recorded the events on their video-enabled cell phones so that as defendant expressed it: ‘they could relive the magic over and over again.’
“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-wrestling, licking and intercourse,” according to the complaint.
Now, she says, she has herpes, and she says Doe knew he had it before the fun began.
She seeks punitive damages of $20 million.
She is represented by Keith Davidson of Beverly Hills.
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