A California judge is reportedly ordering singer Usher Raymond to hand over his medical records after a man accused the singer of exposing him to herpes.
According to Bossip, Raymond must hand over information regarding his doctors’ visits, medical treatments and insurance suppliers. He must submit the“verified supplemental responses,” which he can file under seal, within a month.
The order comes after an anonymous man filed a lawsuit last year claiming the musician exposed him to the virus during a sexual encounter at a spa.
The R&B star has also been sued by three other women.
A woman, identified as Jane Doe, and Quantasia Sharpton each sued the star in 2017, listing multiple counts of negligence and infliction of emotional distress after they said they had sex with Raymond.
And earlier this year, metro Atlanta resident Laura Helm sued for the same allegations after she said she was exposed to herpes after two sexual encounters with the artist.
The anonymous man’s case is scheduled for a February 2019 trial.
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