Jake Paul is scheduled to be fighting Ben Askren in the main event of next weekend’s Triller Fight Night event. The publicity for the show has been ongoing since even before the fight was confirmed,; however a TikTok star has now come out and accused the YouTuber turned pro boxer of sexual assault.
Justine Paradise released a video to YouTube alleging that Paul had assaulted her back in 2019. ‘I don’t want to ruin someone’s career for something that they did” Paradise said in the video. “I feel guilty” Paradise said, “even though I was the one who was assaulted.”
Paradise would say that the incident took place following a consensual kiss with the boxer. ‘Sex is very special and very important to me. Normally, everybody respects me when I don’t want to do sexual things. So, I thought that it was fine if I went in his room,’ Paradise noted.
Justine Paradise Speaks Out on Jake Paul
‘I thought it would be fine to kiss him, because I thought he would stop if I didn’t want to do anything else.’
Justine Paradise also revealed the reasoning for releasing the video after a ‘significant’ amount of time; this was due in part to a no-disclosure agreement she had signed. Reportedly it is not unusual for people to sign these agreements before entering Jake Paul or his brother’s residences, however we cannot confirm this.
You can see the full video released by Paradise below:
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