Country Artist Jimmie Allen Sued For Sexual Assault By Former Manager
A lawsuit has been filed against Jimmie Allen for sexual assault by his former manager. Allen’s alleged assaults on his former manager are detailed in her interview with Variety. To protect her identity, she is referred to as “Jane Doe” throughout the Variety piece.
MusicRow has confirmed with BBR Music Group they they have suspended all activity with Allen effective immediately. UTA has also suspended representation of Allen.
Among other claims, his former manager says Allen raped her and repeatedly sexually harassed and abused her. In a statement to Variety, Allen denies the allegations but does acknowledge that the two had a sexual relationship.
The lawsuit also includes Allen’s former management company, Wide Open Music, and its founder Ash Bowers, whom she says fired her when she complained. According to the report, Bowers denies the allegations.
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