Actor Claims Real Life “Fresh Prince”/TV Mogul Tried To Ra-pe Him: Gives Graphic Details

Actor Claims Real Life “Fresh Prince”/TV Mogul Tried To Ra-pe Him: Gives Graphic Details

Benny Medina may have first came to the attention of many of you in the 1990s when it was revealed that he was the real-life “Fresh Prince” that Will Smith portrayed in the sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Fresh Prince, which was based on Medina’s real life,

was created by him, and he also serves as executive producer. Additionally, Medina went on to establish a solid career as a music executive, serving as Berry Gordy’s mentee at Motown Records and managing or working with a variety of singers,including as Prince, Queen Latifah, Teena Marie, Brandy Norwood, Madonna, etc. Jason Dottley claims that managing Jennifer Lopez Medina’s extensive portfolio has prevented him from coming forward about an a’lleged r’ape attempt until now.

The s’hocking revelations Dottley just made in a brand-new interview with The Advocate have many people in disbelief. Dottley, a gay guy, provided detailed details about an incident in which he claims Medina a’ttempted to v’iolently r’ape him inside Medina’s mansion.

Following the interview with Dottley, Medina has answered, but first, here are some highlights: Dottley claims that after meeting Medina at a West Hollywood bar, he and actor friend T. Ashanti Mozelle relaxed at Medina’s mansion. At the time,

Dottley, who is now divorced from his ex-husband, believed Medina was interested in Mozelle, but he now claims he was mistaken. Dottley claims Medina offered them a tour of his home when they arrived.
Then, according to Dottley,Medina led him to a bedroom door. You weren’t asked, “Would you like to see my bedroom?” He practically grabbed me by the chest of my shirt as we approached the door and tossed me onto his bed. This is a stocky muscular man, he continues, and I’m now 6 feet tall and 155 pounds.

Medina al’legedly ordered before pinning Dottley to the mattress with his fo’rearm over his neck and f’orcing his thighs over Dottley’s legs to prevent him from wriggling. Dottley claims that Medina pulled at his pants repeatedly during the supposed b’attle,

however he is not entirely sure if Medina was successful in opening them. The two hurried out of Medina’s house without saying much to one another about what had happened. Mozelle recalls Dottley seeming noticeably shaken. Says Dottley,“He took something from me that I didn’t even realise I had, and that’s faith in mankind. Here’s this revered person who seemed so wonderful, and at the end of the day, he was using authority to prey on young weak looking males, and that night,

I happened to be his pick.” Medina categorically denies the charge of a’ttempted r’ape, according to a statement provided to USA TODAY by Medina’s attorneys Howard Weitzman and Shawn Holley.


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