Jimmie Allen Accused of Sexual Assault by 2nd Woman

Jimmie Allen
Pictured: Jimmie Allen Photo: Chris Beyrooty/CBS

This story just gets worse and worse. Jimmie Allen is now being sued for sexual assault by a second woman, and according to the lawyer handling the first and second case, more woman have accused the singer of assault. The new accuser claims she filed a police report after he secretly filmed her during sex.

The new lawsuit, filed Friday in Tennessee federal court, comes less than one month after the American Idol and Dancing with the Stars alum was accused of rape and repeated sexual abuse by a woman who worked on his former management team. Subsequently, the country singer has been dropped by his publicist and ssuspended by his label, agency and management.

In the new lawsuit, obtained by Variety, the woman, identified as “Jane Doe 2,” alleges that Allen approached her on a plane last year. After their initial meeting, he pursued her and the two talked daily over the phone. After two months of constant long-distance communication, they agreed to meet in Las Vegas where she was sexually assaulted.

During this alleged assault in Las Vegas, the suit states that Jane Doe noticed Allen’s phone hidden in the hotel room closet and that it had been recording their sexual encounter. She took the phone, left the hotel room and flew home by herself where she turned the phone over to the police and filed a report.

Attorney says she has been approached by more accusers

Jane Doe’s attorney, Elizabeth Fegan of the Chicago-based firm FeganScott, told Variety that detectives have contacted her client, and that she is waiting for the police department to fulfill her records request regarding the investigation. Fegan also represents the first Jane Doe who accused Allen last month.

The attorney told Variety that after her first client’s lawsuit was filed, she was contacted by the friend that Jane Doe 2 had called the night of the alleged assault in Las Vegas. The friend said she had seen the news that Allen was sued for rape. Eventually, Jane Doe 2 decided to come forward.

Fegan says she has been approached by more accusers of Allen, telling Variety, “We have spoken to more women, and I expect that there will be more lawsuits.”

Jane Doe is suing the singer for battery, assault, invasion of privacy and emotional distress.

“Allen sexually assaulted Jane Doe 2 in his hotel room and then passed out,” the lawsuit reads. “Extremely upset by the assault, Jane Doe 2 was leaving the hotel room when she discovered that Allen had surreptitiously and, without her consent, placed his cell phone in the closet facing the bed and had been videotaping the entire event.”

Jane Doe is suing both Allen and his bodyguard as well as the company who employed the bodyguard at the time. Jane Doe met Allen in May 2022. She claims that she did not know he was famous. After the flight, the bodyguard followed her into the airport and asked for her phone number for the singer. During the course of their conversations over two months, Allen led her to believe that he and his wife were separated. In April 2023, Allen and his wife announced their separation, and that the two were expecting their third child.

Allen falsely told Jane Doe that he was separated from his wife

“Over time, Allen expressed his love for her and told her he could see a future together,” the new lawsuit from Jane Doe 2 states. “He told her he wanted to have children together and that he could see she would make a good stepmother for his children…Plaintiff inquired on several occasions about Allen’s wife, but Allen assured her that he and his wife were separated.”

When Jane Doe agreed to meet Allen in Las Vegas he assured her he would book her into a separate room. Once they arrived in Allen’s hotel room Jane Doe “willingly joined Allen in the bedroom,” the suit states. “However, at no time did Allen disclose that he intended to or was video recording their sexual encounter, nor did he ask Plaintiff if she consented to him video recording their sexual encounter.”

Jane Doe repeatedly asked Allen to stop, but he refused

Jane Doe consented to having sex with Allen, but stressed that she was not on birth control and did not consent to penetration. “He told her he would respect her request,” the suit states, “Yet, as their encounter progressed, Allen penetrated Plaintiff during sex with his p**** and without a condom. Allen told Plaintiff he wanted to get her pregnant. Plaintiff said no….He refused.”

Jane Doe repeatedly asked Allen to stop and verbally revoked consent, but he refused to stop. Afterward, the suit says, Allen passed out and Jane Doe was not able to wake him up. As she was leaving the room, she noticed the phone in the closet. and she “panicked when she discovered that Allen had recorded her undressing and had recorded their sexual encounter and his assault on her… Crying, shaking, and in a panic, Plaintiff took the phone with her.”

A friend helped her find a new hotel room. Once she arrived at home, she se turned in Allen’s phone to the local police department, which reported the incident to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police where the alleged assault took place.

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