Record Label Drops Jimmie Allen As Another Accuser Comes Forward

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A second accuser has come forward with startling claims about country singer Jimmie Allen. 

A new sexual assault lawsuit filed by an anonymous woman, being referred to as Jane Doe 2, was obtained by Variety. The lawsuit claims that Allen was allegedly assaulted by Allen in July 2022, a few months after she met the singer. Those allegations include sexual assault and claims that Allen recorded the encounter without her consent. 

The first alleged victim, Allen’s former day-to-day manger being referred to as Jane Doe 1, filed a lawsuit against the singer one month ago. In that case, Allen was accused of sexual battery, assault, and false imprisonment.

Allen has denied the claims and publicly apologized to his wife. Within days of the filing of the first lawsuit, Allen was supsended by his record label, management company and PR firm. CMA Fest also deleted him from their lineup. After the news of the second lawsuit was announced, Allen’s label officially dropped him from their artist roster.

“BBR Music Group has dissolved its relationship with Jimmie Allen,” a statement to Rolling Stone reads. “He is no longer an active artist on its roster.”

Jimmie Allen has not responded to a request for comment on the new filing, but Elizabeth Fegen, the lawyer representing both of Allen’s accusers, issued a statement indicating that more woman have come forward with similar stories against Jimmie Allen.

“Since Jane Doe filed her case last month, we’ve heard from others who share similar experiences. Jane Doe 2’s filing demonstrates to me that there is a vivid, distinct pattern of behavior. We intend to show it’s a pattern of deceit, manipulation, and ultimately of force. The law is clear — anyone who has given consent in sexual activity has the right and the ability to revoke consent at any time. Just as no means no, stop means stop. If one participant doesn’t stop, it is sexual assault,” Fegen wrote.

She added, “We have spoken to more women, and I expect that there will be more lawsuits.”

Variety has further details on the new lawsuit, including a timeline of events. More details about the first case can be found HERE.

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