Usher herpes accuser backed by hotel employee witness

Usher refutes sleeping with lady involved in herpes suit

Unfortunately for him, the stakes in the lawsuit against Usher for allegedly giving an anonymous plaintiff herpes following two sexual encounters have gotten significantly higher for the singer.

Usher's people also say on the night in question his show ran late, which pushed the meet-and-greet well after midnight. and that flies in the face with Quantasia's timeline in which she claims she hooked up with the singer around 12. She claims she was not told he had genital herpes.

Sharpton does not have the sexually transmitted disease but is suing the singer as she may have been placed at risk of contracting it.

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Sharpton said she was picked from the crowd at an Usher concert two years ago in Atlantic City, N.J. She was celebrating her 19th birthday and got to meet the Grammy victor backstage. Well, we found some pictures and video footage of Sharpton and August Alsina, who was Usher's opening act at the time.

The source told TMZ that she saw Usher in the lobby at the Days Inn in Atlantic City, New Jersey, hours after he had given a concert there. In the picture she is wearing a birthday tiara, an item she claimed to be wearing at the concert as she was celebrating her 19th birthday. While many didn't believe it and sources close to Usher said that he denied the allegations because she "isn't his type" some new information has surfaced from an employee who works at the DaysInn Sharpton was staying at the night of the show.

Sharpton alleges one of Usher's team took her phone number, and they later arranged to meet at her hotel and had sexual relations, but that he never mentioned if he had herpes.

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