The woman who accused Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears of molesting and coercing her and her brother into an explicit comedy skit as children has filed to dismiss the lawsuit, according to TMZ. She issued a statement on Tuesday (Sept. 21).
"My family and I have known Tiffany Haddish for many years, and we now know that she would never harm me or my brother or assist anyone else in any way that might harm us," Jane Doe said. "We are grateful that we can all put this past behind us."
On Tuesday, NBC News reported that the first page of the lawsuit requested that the United States District Court for Central California "save her lawsuit with prejudice" for unspecified reasons.
The lawsuit against Spears and Haddish could no longer be filed again thanks to Jane Doe's decision to file with prejudice.
Haddish, 42, responded to the allegations and the lawsuit with a statement on September 5.
Tiffany typed a brief message on her Instagram account, saying, "I know people have a lot of questions." I get it. I'm right there with you."
Spears, 47, took to Instagram following the news, sharing a re-post of The Shade Room's report, saying, "I HOPE YOU KEEP THAT SAME ENERGY."
Both Haddish and Spears' representatives have yet to respond to VIBE's request for comment.