Jimmie Allen, who is currently facing sexual assault accusations, recently took to Instagram to announce that he will launch a three-date comedy tour, called the “I Said What I Said Tour.”
Allen said the shows are invite-only and asked his fans to sign up via email to learn how to win tickets to the show.
“‘I Said What I Said,’ and I’m gonna say it again during my 3-night comedy tour coming this October,” he wrote on Instagram, alongside what appears to be his tour poster. “ALL shows are invite only, so be sure signup with your e-mail via link in bio to receive the latest news & how to win tix??”
In May, Allen’s former manager filed a civil suit in Tennessee federal court against him, claiming that he raped and sexually harassed her while she was a member of his management team.
Allen responded to the allegation, saying that he had a sexual relationship with the accuser but denied the rape and sexual assault allegations, adding that they “have no truth to them whatsoever.”
In June, a suit was filed against Allen by an unnamed accuser who claimed the singer-songwriter assaulted her in a Las Vegas hotel room and filmed the encounter without permission.
Allen has countersued both accusers, claiming that the first accuser defamed him, while the second accuser illegally took his cell phone.
“As the son and brother of rape victims, and the father of daughters, these false claims are extremely hurtful to me and everyone around me,” said Allen in a recent statement. “These false allegations have caused me to lose a vast number of business and endorsement opportunities that I worked extremely hard for.”
He continued, “These false allegations have also not only harmed me, but have caused severe financial damage to my band, my team, and their families.”
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