Country Singer Jimmie Allen Dropped from Record Label After Second Woman Accuses him of Sexual Assault

Country Singer Jimmie Allen Dropped from Record Label After Second Woman Accuses him of Sexual Assault

The troubles that have surrounded country singer, Jimmie Allen have just gotten worse as his record label has officially dropped the controversial recording artist.

According to Variety, Jimmie Allen who is being sued by two women for sexual assault, has been dropped by his recording label, BBR Music Group. A statement has been put out by the label.

“BBR Music Group has dissolved its relationship with Jimmie Allen. He is no longer an active artist on its roster.”

This action comes after the label previously suspended him based on accusations by his former manager of sexual assault and battery. Last month, the country music star was named in a lawsuit filed by his former manager, Variety reported. “Jane Doe” alleges that the abuse from Allen went on for 18 months.

One of the accusations alleges that Allen forcefully took Jane Doe’s virginity after he appeared on American Idol in 2021. She claims that she woke up inside her hotel room the day after it happened and was naked in severe pain and bleeding vaginally. She had no clue what took place the previous night.

He responded to the lawsuit by denying it took place and said it was “not only false, but also extremely damaging.” Yet, shortly after that news came out, another woman has come forward to accuse him of sexual assault as well. This time, the second woman alleges that Allen secretly filmed her during sex without her realizing it was being recorded or getting her permission to do so. That purportedly took place last year in July 2022.

When he received the news, Allen had just announced that he and his wife had separated according to People. The couple has two children daughters, Zara James, 18 months, and Naomi Bettie, who is 3 years old, and a third is on the way. He has a son who was born out of a previous relationship, Aadyn, who is now 8 years old.

Allen has been abandoned by the companies that previously had his back. His talent agency, UTA, and his management firm, The Familie, suspended him, while his publicity team, Full Coverage Communications terminated its contract with Allen.

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