Usher herpes accuser backed by hotel employee witness

The woman who is suing Usher alleging he hooked up with her at a hotel is telling the truth... so claims a woman who says she worked at the hotel

In a report from TMZ, a supposed employee at the hotel says that Usher did indeed make his way to the hotel to meet Sharpton.

Quantasia Sharpton is one of three alleged victims - two women and a man - prosecuting Usher for failing to tell them he had herpes before they allegedly had sex.

His people say when the two weren't enjoying free time, it was all business, and they were inseparable.

According to sources close to the singer, Usher asserts he never had a hookup with Quantasia Sharpton at the Days Inn in Atlantic City, New Jersey because he was on the verge of getting engaged to Grace Miguel in November 2014.

In her news conference with lawyer Lisa Bloom on Monday (Aug. 7), Sharpton claimed that she met Usher at one of his concert's while celebrating her 19th birthday.

A woman is coming forward to defend "Quantasia the Scammer", the woman suing Usher for exposing her to herpes even though she doesn't have herpes.

Sharpton said she was picked from the crowd at an Usher concert two years ago in Atlantic City, N.J. She was celebrating her 19th birthday and got to meet the Grammy victor backstage.

Sources close to Sharpton confirmed to the gossip website that she did stay at the Days Inn after the R&B star's concert at Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall venue. She claims she was not told he had genital herpes.

The person in Quantasia Sharpton's corner contacted TMZ to say that she knows for a fact that Usher and Sharpton hooked up because she saw it!

Sharpton, who goes by the name Angel Valentino on social media, may have made people doubt her allegations when she wrote on Facebook, 'I need some money, ' a few days ago.

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