JAKE Paul has strongly denied allegations made by TikTok star Justine Paradise in which she claimed the YouTuber and Boxing sexually assaulted her.

Justine uploaded a 20-minute long video, entitled "TRIGGER WARNING: Jake Paul Sexually Assaulted Me" in which she shares details of the alleged incident.

Is Jake Paul suing Justine Paradise?

The YouTube sensation, younger brother of fellow internet star Logan Paul, has declared he intends to sue Paradise for defamation for the "irreparable damages" to his reputation.

Jake has claimed that the timing of Justine's allegations are deliberate, given his high-profile boxing clash with UFC star Ben Askren on Saturday, April 17.

It is expected that the fight will go ahead despite the allegations still looming large over Paul, who is set to begin legal action against the TikTok content creator after the bout.

What has Justine Paradise accused Jake Paul of?

In her video uploaded to YouTube, Paradise said that she was the victim of assault committed by Paul two years ago, but that she had kept quiet about it because she had signed a non-disclosure agreement.

She continues, stating how that one day at the Team 10 house (Jake Paul's base), Paul pulled her into a corner and began to kiss her – which she was fine with. However, she continued and accused Paul of leading her to a bedroom where she claimed he touched her body in ways she did not consent to.

She claimed that Paul complained when she tried to move his hands away, before he then forced his way on top of her and made her perform oral sex on him.

Paradise said: "He didn’t ask for consent or anything, that’s not okay. On no level at all is that okay."

What has Jake Paul said?

Jake Paul has released a number of statements in the wake of the allegations, the first, shared to TMZ, read: "While others have already begun to debunk the claim alleged against him, our client categorically denies the allegation and has every intention of aggressively disproving it and pursuing legal action against those responsible for the defamation of his character.

"Our client believes that any false allegations diminish the credibility of those who have truly been victims of misconduct."

He then took to social media to update his fans further, saying: "Sexual assault accusations aren't something that I, or anyone should ever take lightly, but to be crystal clear, this claim made against me is 100% false.

"Not only have I never had any sexual relationship with this individual, but this claim is solely a manufactured accusation and a blatant attempt for attention during a highly visible fight week.

"I respect women and mothers more than anything, I most certainly have never laid a finger on a girl without their consent."

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