Lizzo is planning to sue three of her former back-up dancers who are currently suing her over claims of sexual harassment.
Crystal Williams, 24, Noelle Rodriguez, 25 and Arianna Davis, 26 are accusing the Grammy-winner, 35, of sexual and racial harassment and creating a hostile work environment – alleging the plus-sized pop icon dragged them along to degrading sex shows while touring Europe in February and March.
Lizzo has vehemently denied the allegations against her in the lawsuit which accused her of pressuring the employees to touch nude performers at a club in Amsterdam, among other claims that included weight shaming.
New photos recently emerged of the trio happily posing with topless performers backstage at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris on March 5 2023 – weeks after they claimed Lizzo pressured them to eat bananas and catch dildos from performers’ vaginas during a February night out in Amsterdam’s infamous red-light district.
Lizzo’s attorney Marty Singer told press, the plaintiffs were ”happily cavorting backstage” and ”gleefully revealing” despite claiming in their lawsuit they were forced to go against their will.
In a statement, Singer said:
”As the old saying goes, a picture speaks a thousand words. The photos and videos of plaintiffs Arianna Davis, Crystal Williams, and Noelle Rodriguez happily carousing backstage with the performers after the topless cabaret show at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris speak volumes.”
Lizzo’s lawyer is ripping the lawsuit as a “sham” … and he tells us she intends to sue for malicious prosecution after she wins the backup dancers’ suit.
Let’s wait and see how this controversy will unravel.