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Actor Jamie Foxx Accused of Abuse in New Lawsuit

Jamie Foxx was sued on Wednesday, Nov. 22, for allegedly s*xually abusing a woman in 2015 at a New York rooftop bar.


According to the suit, the lady, named as Jane Doe, claims Foxx brought her to a quiet part of the Catch NYC rooftop lounge, touched her breasts, and grabbed her under her pants against her consent.


According to the claim, the woman and a friend were placed at a table adjacent to Foxx and the bar’s owner, Mark Birnbaum. The woman’s companion got up at 1 a.m. and asked Foxx for a photo. Foxx consented, and they shot a few pictures.


Foxx then began complimenting the woman, according to the suit, saying “Wow, you have that super model body” and “You smell so good.” The suit also states that he said she looked like Gabrielle Union.

He then allegedly took her arm and escorted her to a more private area on the rooftop, where he caressed her breasts beneath her crop top. According to the lawsuit, she was taken off guard and attempted to back away when Foxx slipped his hands down her trousers and “put his fingers on and in Plaintiff’s vagina and anus.”


According to the lawsuit, a security guard noticed the groping but did not act. When the woman’s companion arrived, Foxx stopped caressing her and walked away.


According to the lawsuit, the woman was injured and had to seek medical treatment as a result of the assault.


The woman is suing for compensation for pain, suffering, emotional distress, worry, and embarrassment.


Birnbaum and Catch NYC are also named as defendants in the case, which claims that they allowed the assault and failed to sufficiently oversee their staff.


The complaint is one of many brought under New York’s Adult Survivors Act, which established a one-year deadline for filing s*xual abuse claims that would otherwise be prohibited by the statute of limitations. The deadline for filing such claims is November 23, 2023.

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