George Foreman fires again at accuser with countercharge

Five months after he was stalked by sex abuse allegations, George Foreman fired back at one of his accusers in court.

George Foreman says there is no evidence to support allegations of sexual assault

According to TMZ, the 74-year-old is suing a woman named “Gwen H.”, who is one of the two people who filed a lawsuit against Foreman in August 2022.

Specifically, Gwen and “Denise S.” Both accused George of sexually assaulting her in his 20s. They also say they were underage at the time, as previously reported by The Shade Room.

It’s worth noting that George’s lawsuit does not address the allegation in the original filing, but specifically addresses comments Gwen made during a press conference late last year, where she further elaborated on her allegation.

At one point during the conference, Gwen said, “He asked me to undress and if I didn’t my father would be fired, so I complied.”

Regarding Gwen’s account, George says she presented “zero corroborative evidence in the form of documents, photographs, letters or witnesses” to support these “false claims”.

He also accuses Gwen of “hoping that the passage of time will excuse her complete lack of evidence”.

Foreman fires back in court saying he was extorted out of $12 million in hush money

As a result of these allegations, George says he faced “anxiety, insomnia, worry, shock and humiliation.” As a result, he has decided to seek unspecified damages.

We should also add that back in July 2022, before the lawsuit was filed, Foreman spoke to TMZ about the impending situation, accusing the women of getting $12 million from him in exchange for their silence.

So all in all, George Foreman feels like he has a case.

How do you assess the overall situation?

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