Claim against sexual assault Diplo discarded.
Earlier this month (July 8) Diplo accused the woman of sexual assault, forced her to have oral sex, and recorded it without her consent.
As reported Rolling Stone, having seen the case-related documents, the lawsuits against producer-DJ (real name Thomas Wolsey Pents) have now been dropped.
In a statement through her lawyer, Joe Ortuno, the woman said: “After considering the evidence and consulting with my lawyers, I decided to withdraw the claim. Payment was not offered or requested. I’m sorry to hear that. “
Diplo’s lawyer later, Bryan Friedman said Rolling Stone: “As we said when we first heard about this lawsuit, it contained absolutely irrefutable evidence to prove that the allegations made in it were false.
“Once we shared this piece of evidence with the plaintiff’s attorneys, they realized they needed to withdraw the lawsuit immediately.”
According to the documents obtained by TMZ earlier this month, the woman speculated that the incident happened the evening after one of them Basic laser The star is set to perform at the Wynn in Las Vegas in 2019. The woman said Diplo gave her and other participants weeds and alcohol.
The woman said Diplo invited her to her private room after the party and punched her in the face when security began to take people outside, and she refused to leave without him.
He then told Diplo that there was no other way out of the situation and that he could not leave until he had oral sex. He also claims that Diplo filmed the meeting without his consent.
Friedman added in a statement: “This false claim … has done great harm. Although this damage can never be fully reimbursed, we are glad that this claim was dismissed negligently. “
On June 24, the woman filed a separate lawsuit against Diplo, accusing her of recording her sexual intercourse without his consent and later dismissing the footage. Rolling Stone.
In response, Friedman added: “These latest false allegations are part of an ongoing harassment campaign and we will not allow them to prevent us from seeking as much justice as possible under the law.” This work is ongoing.