YouTuber Jake Paul 'forced TikTok star to perform oral sex' on him

TIKTOK star Justine Paradise claims YouTuber Jake Paul sexually assaulted her in July 2019 at his home in Los Angeles.

The 24-year old alleged in a YouTube video that Paul, also 24, assaulted her at the Team 10 house, where he lives with several friends.

The US Sun reached out to Paul's representation for comment but did not receive a response at the time of publication.

The pair met through a mutual friend, and when they first encountered one another, Paradise believed they were going to a “studio” to hang out, which turned out to be the Team 10 residence.

Paradise said in the video that she was aware of Paul, but hadn’t watched his videos and did not know she would be meeting him.

Right away, she said, Paul asked for her phone number, and they began a series of text exchanges starting in June 2019. The alleged assault happened in July during one of the few times they were alone together at the house.

She claimed the YouTube star would invite her over, but then not interact with her in person while she was there, calling him “awkward.” She added that girls would come over and “basically throw themselves at him," and, “He would go to his room with a different girl, multiple different girls every day."

Paradise noted that Paul was “nice” to her until the day of the incident, when he kissed her and she got the sense that he was doing it in front of his friends to “show off” before inviting her to his room.

The TikTok star claimed Paul seemed impressed when she was asking about his past, but she wasn’t sure if that was “just a card he plays.”

After they talked a bit, Paradise claimed, “We were dancing in his room, like ballroom dancing,” before Paul led her to his bed, where they kissed and she said she would move his hands if she wasn’t comfortable with where he was placing them.

Finally, she alleged, Paul said, “If nothing is going to happen, what's the point?"

Paradise said in the video that “Sex is very special and very important to me," and that, “Normally, everybody respects me when I don't want to do sexual things, so I thought that it was fine if I went in his room and I thought it would be fine to kiss him, because I thought he would stop if I didn't want to do anything else."

But Paradise alleged that instead of just continuing to make out or asking her to leave, Paul then “undid his pants and grabbed my face and started f**king my face.”

The TikTok content creator claimed “I couldn't tell him to stop," and that Paul “just shoved himself in me, he didn't ask for consent or anything. That's not OK. On no level at all is that OK."

“He knew I didn’t want to do anything with him,” she said in the nearly 21-minute video.

Paradise said that after the alleged assault, Paul didn’t even want to let her clean herself up before they went back downstairs.

“Why would you sexually assault me and then not even let me fix my hair and makeup?” she questioned in the YouTube upload.

The 24-year-old woman said he was “straight-up rude” after the incident and did a “complete 180.” Before, she said, “He had been nice to me, he had been sweet to me.”

Paradise noted she tried to get in touch with Paul after because “I wanted to talk to him about how that made me feel,” but that he stopped responding to her after that date.

“I never got an apology,” she said. “Just because I let you kiss me and I let you hold my hand and I let you dance with me in your room, that doesn’t give you the right…”

Paradise said one of the reasons she waited to speak out was because she signed a nondisclosure agreement, and that "I thought that if you sign an NDA, you're signing away your rights to talk about anything basically.”

The TikTok star said she ultimately decided to say something because “The more and more I think about it, the more I realize no one could be doing that and think that it’s something right to do.”

“I think about it every single day,” she said.

Paradise also thought calling Paul out publicly might make him address it, or at least be a warning to other girls who could find themselves in a similar situation.

“Even if you don't believe me, at least it will be in the back of your mind when you're with him,” she said.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) at 800-656-HOPE (4673).

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