Usher's insurance company claims the singer didn't just allegedly hide his herpes diagnosis from his sexual partners, but from them as well - which they believe means they shouldn't have to fork over a dime on his behalf.
The phrase "fake news" has been thrown around a lot over the last eight months, but it may be appropriate for some of these herpes stories connected to Usher Raymond.
As for bringing her onstage, those same sources say Usher "looks to bring a diverse group of people up onstage, not just supermodels".
Prior to suing Usher, Sharpton wrote that she is in "need" of "some money" on social media, casting doubt on her motives.
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Although Sharpton, who is a mother now, tested negative for herpes, she said she felt as though her rights were violated. We spoke for a while, and then we engaged in sexual contact. She claims she was invited backstage and had sex with the singer in a hotel room.
Sharpton is one of three Usher accusers represented by Bloom, but she is the only one who is not doing so anonymously.
All four of the new accusers came forward after it was revealed that Usher paid $1.1 million to settle a herpes-related lawsuit with an ex in 2012.
She adds that Quantasia didn't put a dollar amount on the lawsuit, and only wants what a jury deems fair.
One of the other plaintiffs in the lawsuit claims that they did get herpes from Usher, according to their attorney, Lisa Bloom. TMZ reported that another lawsuit has since been made against him following the revelations. Sharing a video of the duo walking, the hip-hop artists captioned it as, "To the studio we go".