DJ Akademiks Sued for Rape and Defamation

  • DJ Akademiks was accused of rape
  • Fauziya Abashe is suing an internet personality for negligent infliction of emotional pain and defamation
  • DJ Akademiks denies the accusations

Internet personality DJ Akademiks has been charged with sexual assault and defamation, according to court filings obtained by PEOPLE.

DJ Akademiks (born Livingston Allen) accused Fauziya Abashe, who in July 2022 Unofficially The podcaster raped her in his New Jersey home after she was drugged and raped by two of his friends. Abashe is suing him for negligent infliction of emotional pain and defamation.

She said she had met Allen a year earlier through social media and had been dating casually, but the two had not spoken until July 2022 when he approached her, according to the New Jersey Superior Court filing. Upon arrival, his two friends — named in the complaint as John Does 1 and 2 — spoke with her before following her to Allen’s hot tub.

Abashe claimed that the two friends gave her alcohol that made her feel “extremely dazed and dizzy”. John Doe 1 then allegedly became “very handsome while making aggressive sexual advances towards her” before throwing her into a nearby pool.

As she tried to get out of the pool, she claimed that John Doe 1 raped her. The complaint states that she “remembers fighting her attackers, but feels extremely weak.”

DJ Akademiks.

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During the rest of the evening, Abashe came in and out of consciousness, and the men then allegedly gang-raped her on Allen’s pool deck. She claims that around four o’clock in the morning she woke up in bed with Alena, where he allegedly “brutally raped” her.

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Abashe was unaware of the sexual assaults and did not find out about them until the next morning when Allen showed her the surveillance footage of her being sexually assaulted.

After the attack, Abashe reported the attacks to the police, who then performed rape equipment on her, “proving that Mrs. Abashe was sexually assaulted.”

DJ Akademiks

DJ Akademiks.

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After reporting the assaults, Abashe “kept silent,” according to the filing, until Dec. 30, 2023, when Allen allegedly defamed her on social media. He publicly claimed that Abashe “voluntarily [had] orgy with friends in his home, claiming that he did not participate in it at all.”

Allen has more than 1.5 million followers on X, more than 2.8 million subscribers on YouTube and 500,000 followers on Twitch.

In a December 2023 video, Allen stated that he had returned from a party after inviting an unnamed woman to his home, which he had forgotten he had done. In the video, he claimed that Abashe willingly had sex with two men.

According to The Washington PostAllen denied the allegations in a video clip shared on one of his X accounts on Tuesday, May 14. He said the police had already cleared him of any wrongdoing, adding: “Whatever this is, it will be dealt with in court.

Allen said live at the Rumble on Tuesday afternoon that the filing was “shaking,” adding, “This is a money tree situation,” reports Rolling stone.

Abashe said in a statement to Rolling stone: “I am confident that justice will prevail and the veil will be removed so that no other woman will have to suffer what I did.”

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Her lawyer, Tyrone Blackburn, added: “Litigation is always a last resort. After several unsuccessful attempts to resolve this case privately, Mrs. Abashe was left with no choice but to file a claim. Mr. Allen’s hubris will be his downfall.” Blackburn is also currently representing music producer Rodney Jones and yacht manager Grace O’Marcaigh against Sean “Diddy” Combs and Christian Combs.

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A representative for Abashe’s attorney, Tyrone Blackburn, did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for more information on Tuesday.

If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) or go to rainn.org.

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