Allegations against the American singer are not silent. Six other people have filed complaints.
The allegations against Lizzo seem endless. Last week, three former dancers sued the musician in a Los Angeles court. You are accused of an “extremely sexual atmosphere” at concerts, discrimination and sexual harassment. And now the 35-year-old faces other similar allegations.
At least six additional people have reportedly spoken to the dancers’ attorney, Ron Zambrano. the lawyer announced on Wednesday. The new allegations deal with, among other things, a sexist work environment and overpayment. These claims will now be examined.
Accusations piling up
Since hearing the first lawsuits against Lizzo, director Sophia Nahle Allison, among others, have made allegations online. The director collaborated with the singer on a documentary. But after two weeks, I stopped working with Lizzo, she writes. The singer is a “narcissist” and has created a “toxic and hostile work environment”.
“I don’t normally respond to false accusations, but they are as incredible as they sound and just too outrageous to answer,” Lizzo wrote on Instagram last Thursday. She denies these allegations. “These misleading stories come from former employees who have publicly admitted their behavior is inappropriate and unprofessional.” She doesn’t take anything more seriously than respecting women. The allegations hurt her.
The musician, whose real name is Melissa Jefferson, released her first studio album, “Cuz I Love You” in 2019, which helped her make a new breakthrough. In addition to her music work, she has always been committed to topics such as diversity and body positivity.
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