Tiffany Haddish claims she has “lost everything” as a result of the now-defunct allegations of child molestation and grooming made against her and fellow comedian Aries Spears.
“All my gigs, gone. All gone,” she told TMZ on Wednesday. “I don’t have a job, brother.”
According to IMDB, Haddash, 42, has two projects in post-production, but none that she’s currently filming or including in pre-production.
She also doesn’t have upcoming tour dates for her comedy tour, per Ticketmaster.
Haddish and Spears, 47, are accused of grooming and molesting a brother and sister when they were 14 and 7, respectively, in a lawsuit filed earlier this month.
The alleged victims alleged that Haddish forced them to participate in candid comedy shows.
One footage allegedly included the “Girls Trip” star teaching the alleged victim’s sister, known only as Jane Doe in court records, how to imitate tongue in a skit about kids arguing over a sub sandwich.
The lawsuit also alleges that the young child was molested by Hadash and Spears while filming a disturbing video that was posted via Funny Or Die and more online platforms, titled “Through the Eyes of a Pedophile”.
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But the two brothers who brought the charges dismissed the lawsuit this week.
The woman told TMZ on Tuesday, on behalf of herself and her brother.
“We wish the best for Tiffany and are so glad we can all put this behind us.”
For his part, Spears had previously criticized the allegations, calling them “blackmail”.