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Floyd Mayweather goes after Jake Paul following sexual assault allegations ‘The kid is so thirsty’

TikTok star Justine Paradise has accused YouTuber Jake Paul of sexual assault in a 20-minute YouTube video she uploaded Friday, titled “TRIGGER WARNING: Jake Paul Sexually Assaulted Me.”

Floyd Mayweather Reacts To Jake Paul Sexual Assault Allegations:

Jake Paul has been trying to get a fight with Floyd Mayweather for months. He's set to step into the ring against Ben Askren this weekend but a fresh batch of sexual assault allegations may derail his future in boxing.

Jake Paul has issued a statement where he "categorically denies" the allegations against him. His rival Floyd Mayweather has also commented on the claims made by Justine Paradise, saying the following:

"The kid is so thirsty, he harassing females. Some people don't understand the word NO!!! He must don't know they're locking everybody up quick for stuff like this. It was just a matter of time. Tik....Tok."

Justine said that “Jake pulled me into this little corner area in the studio and started kissing me. I was fine with that. I did think he was cute.”

In the video above, Paradise, 24, alleges that Paul, 24, forced her to perform oral sex at Paul’s Team 10 house in California in July of 2019. She claims that she signed a non-disclosure agreement when entering the home—where Paul and his YouTube friends work—and that she thought it meant she “wasn’t allowed to talk” about the alleged incident.

Daniel E. Gardenswartz, an attorney for Jake Paul, released a statement on behalf of Paul that his client is “aware of the recent allegation against him” and “categorically denies” it.


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