Jake Paul’s named comes up a lot in the press, but this is a story of a much different nature. We must warn you that there are some possible triggers ahead.

TikTok star Justine Paradise has accused Jake Paul of sexual assault. She dropped a twenty-minute YouTube confessional on Friday to tell her entire story. The title of this video was: “TRIGGER WARNING: Jake Paul Sexually Assaulted Me.”

Paradise alleges in the video that Jake Paul forced her to perform oral sex on him at Paul’s Team 10 house in California. This allegedly took place in July of 2019. She claims to have signed a non-disclosure agreement when entering the home, the same one where Paul and his YouTube buddies work. She was under the impression that she wasn’t allowed to talk about the assault.

As of this writing, Jake Paul has not commented on this allegation.


In the video, Paradise explained, “One of those days, I was in the studio—some people were recording down there—and Jake pulled me into this little corner area in the studio and started kissing me. I was fine with that. I did think he was cute.”

She went into Paul’s bedroom where they kissed and then she says “he took it to his bed.” He then started getting handsy with her and she wasn’t okay with that. She pulled his hands away and he asked her, “if nothing’s going to happen, what’s the point?”

She thought that Jake Paul was going to respect her wishes and stop things, but then he allegedly forced to her perform oral sex while on top of her. “He didn’t ask or consent or anything. That’s not okay. On no level at all is that okay,” she added.

After it happened, Jake allegedly didn’t speak to her. Paradise expressed hope in her video that Jake Paul realized what he did was wrong and he never does anything like that again.

You can watch her video below.

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