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Denying claim that she steals clients in the Travolta sexual battery litigation, Allred prepares 'a counterclaim for defamation' in response to the lawsuit filed by Okorie Okorocha.
The high-profile attorney demands Okorie Okorocha, the previous lawyer of John Doe No. 1 and No. 2, to immediately retract his false statements that accuse her of soliciting clients.
John Doe Number Two follows the steps of John Doe Number One to fire Okorie Okorocha and work with the famous celebrity lawyer.
After dropped by his first lawyer last week, John Doe Number One works the case with Allred who has plenty of experience in sexual assault cases.
Marty Singer comes out with the statement after John Doe No. 1 withdrew his $2 million lawsuit against the 'Savages' actor by formally filing a notice of dismissal in U.S. District Court.
Okorie Okorocha denies saying that his client is willing to settle for $250,000 in the sexual battery case because he wants his life back, before insisting that 'there is no mediation.'
Okorie Okorocha, who represented the first anonymous masseur in the assault and sexual battery case against the 'Pulp Fiction' star, says that John Doe No. 1 is now looking for a new lawyer.
'The fact that we are only hearing about him now through tabloid gossip stories three years later speaks volumes,' says Martin Singer of former cruise ship employee Fabian Zanzi.
A former Royal Caribbean Cruise Line employee has just come forward with allegations that he was approached by and offered $12,000 to have sex with the 'Wild Hogs' star back in 2009.
A meal receipt from a New York restaurant is said to be one of the proofs that could tackle a masseur's assault and sexual harassment accusations against the 'Old Dogs' star.
A second male came up with the story that the actor masturbated in front of him after given an in-room massage at a resort in Atlanta, Georgia.
The 'Savages' actor has through his representative responded to a lawsuit accusing him of making sexual advances at an unidentified masseur during a massage session in January.
Dressed in a white knee-length dress and accompanied by piano and sitar, the 'Born This Way' hitmaker performs an acoustic rendition of her latest single in front of hundreds of fans in India.
The fresh on-set video sees some stuntmen riding on motorbikes while zooming wildly through a New York street, with one of them carrying a body double for Matthew Mondine's character.
The 'Fallen' hitmakers make a triumphant comeback with an eponymous album that rules Billboard 200 in its first week.