Die Antwoord’s Ninja dismisses sexual assault claims as ‘unsubstantiated’
It's reported Zheani Sparks filed a police report of revenge porn against him, as well as sexual assault in Queensland, alleging Jones sexually assaulted her in South Africa six years ago.
JOHANNESBURG - Australian police are investigating new sexual assault allegations levelled against Die Antwoord singer Ninja, real name Watkin Tudor Jones, according to Australian publication The Sydney Morning Herald.
The publication reported on Sunday that Zheani Sparks filed a police report of revenge porn against him, as well as sexual assault in Queensland, alleging Jones sexually assaulted her in South Africa six years ago.
Since Sparks' allegation, an Italian-American singer Jade Carroll - who is known by her stage name Dionna Dal Monte - has also come forward with a story of sexual assault in Italy in 2014.
Speaking to the Sun Herald, Carroll said Jones put his hands on her breasts inside her shirt.
“He's grabbing my tits while I am trying to push him off. I said 'Get off of me, get off of me', and he's grabbing my breasts. He puts his hand under my shirt dress, into my stockings and literally tries to put his hand inside my vagina," she said.
Jones, through his publicist, denied the claims saying the women's stories were wild, unsubstantiated and that they had an obvious agenda, the Australian publication further reported.
"I can't believe that the media is spending its time pursuing these wild and unsubstantiated stories from people who have an obvious agenda and animus against me," he reportedly told the Sun Herald.