A female TikTok celebrity has gone public with claims that YouTuber and fighter Jake Paul sexually assaulted her in his Los Angeles residence.
Justine Paradise, 24, claimed that she was raped by Paul in July of 2019, while visiting the “Team 10” house where Paul and his friends live.
Following an exchange of texts with Paul, Paradise claimed Paul often texted her while they were in the same room.
“I’m just assuming he always got what he wanted and never had to build social skills and talking to people, like girls just basically throw themselves at him,” she said. “He would go to his room with a different girl, multiple different girls every day.”
At one time, Paul allegedly pulled her into a corner and began making out with her in front of his friends.
Eventually, Paul took her upstairs, and got on top of her when they reached his bed.
When she declined interest in having sex with him, Paul was taken aback.
“Normally, everybody respects me when I don’t want to do sexual things, so I thought that it was fine if I went in his room,” she recounted. “I thought it would be fine to kiss him, because I thought he would stop if I didn’t want to do anything else.”
Paul then allegedly forced her to perform oral sex and groped her.
“I couldn’t tell him to stop,” she said. “He just shoved himself in me, he didn’t ask for consent or anything. That’s not OK. On no level at all is that OK.”
Paul reportedly became distant after the incident and did not apologize for his actions.
According to Insider, Paradise was concerned she had violated a nondisclosure agreement, required of all guests who visit the Team 10 compound.
“I thought that if you sign an NDA, you’re signing away your rights to talk about anything basically,” she said.
Now, Paradise has decided to come forward, in hopes to ensure such an event doesn’t happen again.
“The more and more I think about it, the more I realize, no one can be doing that and think that it’s something right to do,” Paradise said.
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