Tiffany Haddish: ‘All My Gigs Are Gone’ After Molestation Lawsuit

Tiffany Haddish at the Premiere Of Columbia Pictures' "Bad Boys For Life" held at TCL Chinese Theatre on January 14, 2020 in Hollywood, California. (Credit: Shutterstock)

The child molestation lawsuit against Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears has been dismissed, but Haddish says she’s not sure her career will recover.

The actress and comedian told TMZ the lawsuit caused significant fallout.

“I lost everything. All my gigs are gone,” she said during an interview at Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday.

Now that the case is over, the Girls Trip actress admitted, “I’m relieved.” Asked if the dismissal of the lawsuit would change anything, she replied: “I don’t know, bro. I don’t have no job.”

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As for Spears, Haddish said she’s had no contact with him since the lawsuit.

“I don’t talk to him,” she said.

Haddish and Spears were at the center of a child sexual abuse lawsuit that a woman using the pseudonym “Jane Doe” filed last month in Los Angeles Superior Court on behalf of herself and her younger brother.

The complaint, which Haddish had moved to federal court, accused the two comedians of coercing Jane Doe and her brother John Doe into making sexually charged videos when they were minors. The complaint also alleged Haddish and MADtv alum Spears groomed Jane, now 22, and John, now 14.

Haddish and Spears denied wrongdoing and in separate statements called the complaint a “shakedown.”

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The lawsuit was dropped on Sept. 20, with prejudice – meaning the suit cannot be refiled. In a statement to TMZ, Jane Doe said she was glad to “put this behind us.”

“My family and I have known Tiffany Haddish for many years – and we now know that she would never harm me or my brother or help anyone else do anything that could harm us,” Jane Doe said. “We wish Tiffany the best and are glad that we can all put this behind us.”

RadarOnline reported the lawsuit was dismissed after Haddish and the two alleged victims “reached a deal to block the public from seeing the original complaint.”