Michael Blackson “Blames” The Illuminati For Recent Influx Of Sexual Assault Lawsuits

BY Edwin Lamptey November 24, 2023 5:33 PM EDT
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In the face of an increasing number of allegations of sexual assault against celebrities, actor and comedian, Michael Blackson, is convinced that someone has upset a powerful organization such as the Illuminati. 

“It’s Thanksgiving and all I see on my timeline is sexual assault lawsuits smh,” he wrote, “Who the hell p*ssed off Illuminati?” he wondered.

Blackson, however, in an earlier interview, revealed that his fiancee gives him the freedom to take side chicks. 

 During a recent interview with DJ Vlad, the Next Friday star got very candid on the status of his wedding date, among other things.

Despite being engaged to Rada Darling for nearly two years, the comedian still thinks there is time to wait.

Popular entertainment figures such as Diddy, Guns ‘N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose, Cuba Golding Jr, Jamie Foxx, New York City Mayor Eric Adams, Jimmy Lovine, and others have been in the news in recent times and are facing one form of allegation or the other. 

Diddy was hit with an allegation of sexual assault by his ex-girlfriend, Cassie, a week ago. She reportedly accused the founder of Bad Boy Records of rape, physical and emotional abuse, and more. 

Rose has also been sued by former Penthouse model, Sheila Kennedy, who alleges that he raped her in the late 80s.

The trending notion is that the influx of sexual assault lawsuits can be traced to the deadline of the New York Adult Survivors Act, which was November 23, 2023. 

The Act was signed into law in May 2022, and it is intended to provide an opportunity of justice to victims of sexual abuse, by lifting the typical time limit to sue for sexual assault. 

An estimated 2,600 claims have reportedly been filed under the Act since its passing, thereby giving countless survivors of sexual assault a chance to heal.

Laurie Maldonado, who was allegedly abused by gynecologist Robert Hadden in 2012, spoke to The Post about the policy. She says it has “deeply impacted [her] life,” as she “didn’t know that [she] would have a chance at justice.”