DJ Akademiks has been sued for rape, defamation, and sexual assault in a new case.

According to Rolling Stone, a woman called Fauziya “Ziya” Abashe filed the lawsuit. Abashe revealed that she dated Akademiks, born Livingston Allen, after meeting him in 2021. However, the relationship took a turn in 2022, when DJ Akademiks welcomed Ziya to his home.

Although she hadn’t seen him in nearly a year, she had no reason to believe he had “ill intentions” when he invited her on July 16, 2022. When Abashe arrived, she claims to have met two males, John Doe 1 and John Doe 2, who she alleges drugged and plied her with wine before sexually abusing her near Allen’s pool deck. The woman describes the alleged occurrence in her lawsuit, stating that the alcohol “impacted her memory and caused her to lose consciousness.”

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The claim alleges that Abashe awoke hours later, about 4 a.m. on July 17, 2022. She apparently found herself in a bedroom with DJ Akademiks, who she claims was “pulling her hair, prying open her legs, and brutally raping her.” Abashe claims Livingston of “penetrating her anally and vaginally” as she “begged” him to stop.

The woman then alleges she was “crying for most of this assault but losing her ability to move physically.” Then, on July 18, 2022, Abashe contacted Akademiks and inquired about what happened the night before. He allegedly pointed to a rubbish can containing two condom wrappers, which Abashe recognized as the two “[Taking] her into another room in the house and continued to rape her brutally,” the lawsuit adds. She also claimed that DJ Akademiks had shown her CCTV footage of the pool assault.

“According to Ms. Abashe, as she watched the video, she looked like she was just lying there lifeless, which did not sit right with her,” the complaint states.

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Text messages were added to suit, detailing a chat between Allen and Abashe. According to the lawsuit, the internet personality told the woman to “get tested” and insisted that he too “get tested.” She thought the discussion “odd” because Allen hadn’t slept with her in over a year. But after piecing together his statements, she realized he had “engaged in unprotected sexual intercourse that night.”

The lawsuit then describes how Abashe went to a hospital to get a rape kit. She alleges the kit discovered traces of Allen’s sperm left over from the attack. Abashe reported her allegation to the authorities, who recorded “bruises on Abashe’s arm, back, buttocks, and legs.” Her suit describes a “recorded wire” discussion she had with Akademiks in which she inquired about what occurred between them that night. According to the lawsuit, Allen “graphically recount[ed] and admit[ed] to having sexual intercourse” with her, “even going so far as to describe her vagina.”

This admission prompted the authorities to request a warrant to search Akademiks’ premises. Abashe later alleged that Akademiks “discarded several items at a dumpster near his office.” Mr. Allen was presumably seeking to erase proof of Ms. Abashe’s rape.

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This is the first time Abashe has addressed Akademiks since openly calling him out in December 2023. She came out and revealed that Ak assaulted her and that she will address the matter further in due course. Akademiks disputed her claims during a Rumble webcast, adding that the “situation went to the cops over a year and a half ago.” My lawyer and I were fully cooperating because, when it comes to serious claims, I don’t care who’s involved, and I don’t want weird stuff going on around me.”

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He later explained to his audience that she was not attacked, but rather “trained by my two men on my pool deck.”

Abashe sued Ak, claiming he “defamed” her by “accusing her of voluntarily having an orgy with his friends at his home while maintaining that he never participated at all.” She additionally noted that Ak was aware that his remarks were “misleading and false, as he was in possession of text messages from Ms. Abashe, where she stated that she did not know what happened to her on July 16, 2022, and that it was Mr. Allen who informed her of the night’s events.”

“I’m confident that justice will prevail, and the veil will be removed so that no other woman has to go through what I did,” Abashe said in a statement about the case.