Broken Bow drops Allen after second alleged sexual assaut charge surfaces
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Broken Bow drops Allen after second alleged sexual assaut charge surfaces

Monday, June 12, 2023 – Broken Bow Records dropped Jimmmie Allen after a second charge of sexual assault was lodged against the singer.

"BBR Music Group has dissolved its relationship with Jimmie Allen," the label said in a statement. "He is no longer an active artist on its roster."

Broken Bow previously suspended Allen after his former manager accused Allen of sexual assault over an 18-month period. His manager and agency also suspended Allen.

Allen denied the charges from his ex-manager, saying, the claims were "not only false, but also extremely damaging."

the second sui was filed in Federal district court in Tennessee on Friday, according to

Variety reported on Friday that a second Jane Doe alleged ha Allen secretly filmed her during sex without her consent or awareness in July 2022. After that alleged incident, the woman filed a police report, according to her lawsuit.

Variety said that the lawyer, who represents both women, said, "We have spoken to more women, and I expect that there will be more lawsuits."

This has been a tumultuous year for Allen. He and his wife separated, while she is pregnant with their third child.

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