Sean Paul Being Sued For $80 Mil & Exposed For Dealing Drugs, Murders & Erection Problems!
Reggae/Jamaican DanceHall artist Sean Paul is being sued by a former Sweden fling who accuses h...
Reggae/Jamaican DanceHall artist Sean Paul is being sued by a former Sweden fling who accuses him of dealing drugs, being involved in a few murder cases, having erection problems and claims he had her deported from Jamaica in 2010 and drove her to attempt suicide.
According to the suit that was filed in Manhattan by Sussane Persson, include an illustrated, self-written, 120-page tell-all that promises on its cover to allegedly expose: “The Truth About Sean Paul’s Cocaine Dealings, Lies, Murders and Erection Problems.”
“Ever since [Paul] started using cocaine regularly, he has had severe erection problems. If it lasts one minute, it is a good day,” Persson submitted as a supporting document to her self-filed lawsuit.
Persson included her American Airlines itinerary from Kingston, Jamaica, to Stockholm, Sweden, on June 24, in the court filing. According to a receipt, Paul’s promotion company,"Headline Entertainment," made the reservation, with Immigration Authorities forcing her to board the plane.
However, the $80 million lawsuit was filed in New York because of Paul’s record label, Atlantic, being a NYC based label. So far, Paul’s lawyer, Tom Taveres-Finson, has denied the deportation allegations saying:
“He would not have the power to do that”The day before Persson was allegedly booted from the country, she claims she attempted suicide:
“I had tried to kill myself, losing more than one liter of blood from a cut on my wrist,” she wrote in the court filing. “I had shown the pictures of the cuts to Sean over the Internet. I feel he should see what he had caused.”Persson said the singer, who turns 40 next week and whose hits include “She Doesn’t Mind” and “Get Busy,” ruined her life.
He subjected her to “starvation, homelessness, repeated suicide attempts, loss of ability to generate income,” the complaint alleges.
Persson did not return calls for comment, but claims the Grammy-award winner took hundreds of nude photos of her “obtained under the pretext of a future marriage.”