News: Sean Kingston Accused Of Sexual Assault, Drugging Woman
Wednesday, Jul 14, 2010 10:55AM
A woman is claiming that she may have been drugged and sexually assaulted during an encounter with singer Sean Kingston last weekend.
According to reports, the incident took place on Sunday, July 11 at Crowne Plaza hotel in Seattle, Washington.
It looks like two women went to a party in one of the hotel rooms where Kingston was present too. Both women were drunk. One of these two women claims she had sex with the singer. Afterwards, Kingston left the room and the woman had sex with two more men, one source reports. Later that night the two women were transported to the hospital where rape tests were conducted. After investigating Kingston, the police concluded the case is not credible. Despite that, the woman decided to file a civil lawsuit against the singer. (Why Fame)
Additional reports suggest the woman was heavily intoxicated upon her encounter.
According to police, the women were both pretty drunk when they arrived, with bottles of vodka and beer in hand. One of the women claims Sean had sex with her, and, as one source says, "She was very aggressive." Sean then left the party and went to another room on the same floor. (Hollyscoop)
A source from the hotel has offered more details on what happened.
A hotel manager tells TMZ "an incident" did indeed occur in the hotel Sunday night, though he was not specific. The fire department tells us an ambulance was called and transported both women -- 19 and 20 years of age -- to a hospital where rape tests were conducted. We're told the women were also tested for Rufinol, but the results are not in. Sources say Kingston, who is scheduled to perform tonight with Justin Bieber in Portland, was initially asked by cops to come in for an interview, but police have determined the case is not credible and they now say an interview is unnecessary. (TMZ)
The 20 year-old's fame began around 2007 after dropping his hit, "Beautiful Girls."
Taking his ability to write rhymes and hooks, he started working Miami's talent show and showcase circuit hard, eventually sharing the stage with Pitbull, Ludacris and Trick Daddy. Producer Jonathan "J.R." Rotem (Britney Spears, 50 Cent, Rihanna) caught his demo and signed the young rapper to his Beluga Heights record label right before the major-label bidding wars were to begin. The Sony imprint Epic won and introduced their new artist in the spring of 2007 with the single "Colors 2007" featuring the Game and Rick Ross. Although he sounded much older, Kingston was only 16 years old when the track landed. With his second single, "Beautiful Girls," he took a sample of Ben E. King's "Stand by Me" and twisted it into a huge hit. This more polished, smoother, and less hardcore stance suited the singer and figured heavily into his self-titled debut full-length. (All Music)
Check out a recent Sean Kingston interview down below: