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Usher Does Not Have Herpes

On July 19, Radar Online published a “bombshell lawsuit” that revealed Usher spread Herpes to an ex lover. The article notes that Usher “coughed up $1.1 million to settle” the case.

But did he really settle?

Last month, a New Orleans R&B singer filed a $20 million lawsuit against Usher for allegedly infecting her with herpes. But according to my confidential source, Usher does not have herpes.

Over the weekend, Sandrarose.com met with a credible source within Usher’s camp who provided documents and photographs that proves Usher Raymond did not pay his former babysitter, Maya Fox-Davis, a $1.1 million settlement.

A closer look at Radar Online’s report shows pieced together documents that does not include a front page. Why not?

Whenever blogs post court documents there is always a front page included that shows the names of the plaintiff, the defendant, and the lawyers involved in the case.

Radar Online reports that “The legal complaint was filed at the Superior Court in Los Angeles.”

But why can’t TMZ find the court documents? Why can’t Lisa West — the Atlanta attorney representing Usher’s accuser — find the legal complaint?

The answer is the legal complaint doesn’t exist.

Radar also published a check in the amount of $2,754 issued by David Weise & Associates.

David Weise & Associates is an accounting firm in Los Angeles that issued the check to Maya Fox-Davis as payment for babysitting services in 2012. It is certainly not a settlement check from a law firm.

So why didn’t Radar just publish the settlement check? The obvious answer is the settlement check does not exist.

Now you know why Usher’s loyal wife, Grace Raymond, is unfazed by the accusations. Her husband is clean — literally and figuratively.

Mr and Mrs Usher and Grace Raymond

Usher, who is currently in an Atlanta recording studio working on his next album, has not responded to the allegations.

I’m told that the 38-year-old crooner and his legal team are quietly building a defamation case against everyone involved — including lawyers and accusers.

Now let that burn.

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