A lawsuit filed against Usher has just been dismissed in Los Angeles after the accuser filed documents to drop the case.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Quantasia Sharpton through her attorney Lisa Bloom filed to dismiss the case, it was made official today.
It is unclear from the filing if this was a settlement, or if Sharpton simply dropped the case against the singer.
Quantasia went after the 'Nice & Slow' singer – along with a Jane Doe and John Doe – sued claiming they all had sexual relations with Usher. They all say he risked their health by not telling him about his alleged diagnosis with a sexually transmitted disease.
Sharpton claimed that she and Usher had sex after a performance of his in Atlantic City on her birthday. Usher has denied all of Sharpton’s allegations.
As for the Jane Doe, Usher went to court demanding she being sanctioned to the tune of $2,500. He accused her of refusing to answer questions during her deposition.
Usher's team clearly grilled her, during the deposition about the allegations he gave her the STD. H
He asked the judge to order Doe to answer the questions and to sanction her for not giving answers all of the questions. Her lawyer repeatedly instructed her client not to answer saying it was an invasion of her privacy.
The parties have been arguing over taking the case to mediation and eventually reach an agreement, then the case is scheduled to head to trial early next year.
The dismissal came on a day before they were supposed to be in court for a status on the case.