One of the clients is 21-year-old Quantisia Sharpton, who said she met Usher at a concert she attended for her 19th birthday. "Later a security guard told me Usher had seen me backstage and was interested in me", Sharpton said.
"I feel that my rights were violated", said Quantasia Sharpton, who does not have the disease.
The new lawsuit is based on recent reports that Raymond paid $1.1 million in 2012 to settle a lawsuit with a woman to whom he had allegedly transmitted herpes.
Bloom did not identify the other two people - one woman and one man - who are party to the lawsuit filed Monday, choosing to identify them only as "Jane Doe" and "John Doe".
Sharpton said she was wearing a birthday crown at an Usher concert a few years ago that got her noticed by some of his people.
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SandraRose.com reports that Usher is not even infected with herpes.
All three plaintiffs claim Usher failed to inform them about his alleged herpes diagnosis.
Despite its taboo status, herpes is common in the U.S. According to the CDC, about one in six Americans between the ages of 14 and 49 have the virus.
Usher shouldn't look to his insurance company to represent him or to defend him in the lawsuits claiming that he concealed the disease from multiple sexual partners. She also added that others have come forward, claiming that they too engaged in sexual activity with the singer.
Usher is about to lose all his "Yeah" money just because he didn't confess he had herpes.
Sharpton's story quickly went the physical route after she claimed Alsina, whom she refers to as "Aug", demanded that everyone clear the room except for her.
"I feel like my rights were violated", she said adding she made a decision to join the lawsuit so he "does not do this to anyone else". I got a call from Usher on a blocked number and he asked me what hotel I was saying.
Bloom said the encounters in the lawsuit occurred after an alleged 2012 settlement, reported on by RadarOnline in July.
Sharpton said that she was shocked at the reports, and knows she does not have the infection as she had a child a year ago (16).
Bloom's statement did not say whether any of them contracted a sexually transmitted disease.
She said she "would not have taken the risk" because her "health is very" important to her, especially since becoming a mother.