Accuser to D.A.: Arrest Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears now

The woman, who recently sued Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears for alleged child sex abuse, filed a letter Monday with the Los Angeles County Attorney’s Office calling for the comedians’ immediate arrest and prosecution.

The unidentified plaintiff’s filing comes about a week after she filed a lawsuit accusing the comics of nurturing and molesting her (Jane Doe) and her brother (John Doe) when they were ages 14 and 7, respectively .

In her letter to LA Dist. atty George Gascón, Jane Doe explains that her mother filed a police report into Haddish and Spears’ alleged crimes in Las Vegas in January 2020. She alleges that Las Vegas authorities referred the case to the LAPD, which “didn’t do anything with this complaint.”

The letter alleges that the LAPD officer assigned to the case, identified as Detective Eastborn, told Jane Doe’s mother that “children are currently being abused” and that her complaint was “not a priority.”

“The breadth and complexity of this matter requires your legal authority and resources to address and end the … corruption committed by Haddish and Spears,” read the letter, which was made available to The Times.

“My brother and I stand ready to speak to investigators and prosecutors from your office and provide you with irrefutable evidence supporting our allegations.”

Haddish and Spears officials did not immediately respond to the Times request for comment on Tuesday.

On Monday, Haddish released a statement saying she regretted her participation in a sketch that was “intended to be comedic” but ended up being “not funny at all.”

Jane Doe’s lawsuit outlines two comedy sketches, one for which Haddish allegedly encouraged a 14-year-old Jane Doe to mimic the moves of fellatio, and another in which Spears “craved” John Doe while the 7-year-old was in his was underwear and Haddish was off screen.

“I know people have a lot of questions,” Haddish wrote on Instagram.

“I understand. I’ll be with you in a moment. Unfortunately I can say very little at the moment as a court case is pending. … I very much look forward to sharing much more about this situation as soon as possible.”

In a statement provided to the Times on Tuesday, Jane Doe called Haddish’s Instagram post a “feeble attempt to shift responsibility solely to” Spears. Jane Doe also urged the public to sign a petition on supporting “the immediate arrest and prosecution of” Haddish and Spears.

“Tiffany has not acknowledged the fact that she intentionally lied to our mother by telling her that my brother was filming a Nickelodeon Sizzle role, when her real intention was to isolate him and end him with Aries Spears harass,” Jane Doe continued. “We will not stop until we receive justice.”

In their lawsuit, Jane Doe and John Doe allege Haddish and Spears of negligence, sexual harassment, sexual harassment and sexual abuse of a minor. The siblings are demanding an unspecified monetary reward for “past, present and future general harm.”

Last week, Haddish and Spears’ lawyers dismissed Jane Doe’s complaint as an attempted ‘shakedown’.

” [The] The plaintiff’s mother … has been trying to bring these false claims against Ms Haddish for several years,” Haddish’s attorney Andrew Brettler said in a statement to The Times. “Every solicitor who initially took on her case – and there were several – eventually dropped the matter when it became clear the claims were unfounded and Ms Haddish would not be shaken.

In a separate statement to The Times, Spears’ attorney Debra Opri said her client “will not fall for any shakedown.” Accuser to D.A.: Arrest Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears now

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