Alleged Victims In Tiffany Haddish And Aries Spears Grooming Lawsuit Share Statement About Possible ‘Mediation,’ Apology

Alleged Victims In Tiffany Haddish And Aries Spears Grooming Lawsuit Share Statement About Possible ‘Mediation,’ Apology

Tiffany Haddish is willing to talk settlement but her accusers have some very specific demands.

It’s only been a couple of weeks since a bombshell was dropped when comedian Tiffany Haddish was accused of child sexual abuse, along with fellow comedian Aries Spears. Accusations have been thrown by both sides, with Haddish’s side calling the case a “shakedown” and one of the accusers calling for Haddish’s arrest. But now it looks like a possible path to a conclusion may have begun, as the two sides may be willing to talk settlement.

According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, Tiffany Haddish’s legal team has suggested beginning mediation or some other form of settlement talks, and Jane Doe, the alleged female victim who brought the suit, says “My brother and I are amenable to Plaintiff Haddish’s desire to engage in mediation/settlement talks.”

The accusers claim they have attempted to speak directly to Haddish’s lawyer, but they have never received a response. The documents claim Haddish’s team “have instead chosen to reach out to my mother to get her to force my brother and me to settle.”

There are some very specific requirements that Jane Doe has for any final agreement. Any mediation between the two sides “must take place in Las Vegas within the next two weeks,” and the cost of it would need be paid by Haddish. In addition, Jane Doe expects Haddish to recant the shakedown comment, which was made recently by her lawyer. And they also expect an apology, the documents read…

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