R&B singer Pleasure P has come forward to address rumors and allegations that hit the net Wednesday, calling them 100% false. “All of the recent rumors and accusations that are being circulated about me are 100% false. They are disgusting and vile; and they are being spread by individuals with their own sick agendas. The purported documents that are also being circulated are forgeries. I have never met or known anyone by the name of “AGoldstein” or Laura Goldstein or Ashley Goldstein, which I believe are fictitious names,” Pleasure P stated on his official website. “I have never been represented by an attorney named Goldstein. For someone to go to such depths to assassinate my character and slander my good name is truly criminal. My attorneys are investigating this matter and will take all necessary and appropriate action to protect my name and reputation.” As previously reported on Singersroom, Wednesday, December 2, a woman claiming to be the daughter of an attorney who allegedly defended the “Under” singer in a child molestation case in 2006, spoke with Wordonthestreetmag.com claiming that her father has not been paid for his services and has received threats from the singer. What’s more, the woman claimed the singer went through extreme means to not just keep his family quiet but his “brothers” in top ten charting group Pretty Ricky silent while he pursued a solo career. “This guy Pleasure P got kicked out of a group (because) he was hiding that he was a child molester. His managers or whatever hired my dad to keep it quiet so he could get a record deal,” reports Word On The Streets. “The guy Pleasure P molested a 4 yr old child and was about to molest another one when police came and saved the child. Now, the truth is out theyâre threatening my family and telling my dad heâs going to get sued. But they canât because its a crime.” Pleasure P vows to investigate the matter until it is resolved.
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