The alleged victim — identified only as Jane Doe No. 2 — came forward nearly one month after the “Best Shot” singer was sued by his former manager for sexual abuse and assault.
The latest unidentified woman claims in court documents obtained shows that she met Allen, 37, on a plane in 2022, did not know who he was and that he asked for her phone number.
The two then allegedly engaged in “daily” long-distance communication over the phone.
An anonymous woman filed a lawsuit, which was obtained on Friday in Tennessee federal court, claiming that Allen, 37, violated her privacy by secretly filming her, and continued to engage in sexual contact with her even after she’d revoked her previously given consent.
The “Down home” singer was also sued by his former manager for assault and sexual abuse, which he has denied, on May 11, just weeks after he and pregnant wife Alexis both filed for divorce after nearly three years of marriage.
The woman, known as Jane Doe 2, says in her suit that she did not know who Allen was when he randomly approached her on a plane to Nashville in May 2022, but that they struck up a conversation, and his bodyguard later found her in the airport to ask for her phone number.
“Later that night in Nashville, she and her friends met up with the musician for a fun evening on the town,”
the suit says.
The “Freedom Was a Highway” singer allegedly lied to his second accuser, told her he was separated and that he wanted to marry her, per the court documents. He also allegedly said she would make a good “stepmother.”
Jane Doe No. 2 alleges in her suit that Allen “sexually assaulted” her in his hotel room and then passed out.
She says she was “extremely upset” over the incident and, as she went to exit the room, allegedly noticed the “Good Times Roll” crooner “surreptitiously and, without her consent, placed his cell phone in the closet facing the bed and had been videotaping the entire event.”
Jane Doe No. 2 claims in the court documents that she was unable to wake Allen up in order to delete the alleged recording, so she took his phone and brought it to police.
The alleged victim says she has suffered “extreme emotional distress, including anxiety and depression,” and has been unable to “trust” others as a result of the alleged incident.
She is suing for assault, battery, invasion of privacy and infliction of emotional distress.
Earlier this week, Allen was dropped from the Western Idaho Fair as a result of the suit from his his ex-manager. He denied her allegations.
“The simple fact is, her accusations are not only false, but also extremely damaging,” Allen said. “I’ve worked incredibly hard to build my career, and I intend to mount a vigorous defense to her claims and take all other legal action necessary to protect my reputation.”