Backstreet Boy Nick Carter sued over alleged 2001 rape of teen

A lady with cerebral paralysis who claims she was assaulted as a teen by Backstreet Young men star Scratch Carter stopped a common claim against the vocalist in the US on Thursday.

Shannon Ruth, presently 39, said the vocalist constrained her to perform oral sex on him on a visit transport after a show in 2001, and afterward assaulted her.

Lawyer Imprint Boskovich told a virtual public interview that Ruth, who was then 17, had been lining for a signature after a Backstreet Young men show in Ta8coma, Washington, when Carter welcomed her onto the transport.

"He gave her an entertaining tasting drink that he called celebrity juice," Boskovich told journalists.

Then "Carter took her to the transport's washroom and advised her to get kneeling down, and he pulled down his jeans and uncovered his private parts requesting (her) to perform sexual follows up on him."

Ruth, who was a virgin at that point, cried all through the difficulty, yet Carter endured, Boskovich said.

"Carter took (her) to a bed toward the rear of the transport. He pushed her onto the bed and continued to assault her, in spite of her requests."

After the rape, Ruth, who is additionally medically introverted, said she would let individuals know what had occurred.

"He snatched and wounded her arm and shouted at her," the legal advisor said, adding that Carter had referred to her as "impeded" and said "nobody could at any point have faith in her."

Ruth, who has deferred the right to secrecy that is standard for casualties of sexual violations, sobbed transparently during the 30-minute public interview.

"Despite the fact that I'm medically introverted and live with cerebral paralysis, I accept that nothing has impacted me more or lastingly affected my life than what Scratch Carter did and told me," she said.

The common claim, which was documented in Las Vegas, requests vague harms from the vocalist, whose hits as an individual from the Backstreet Young men incorporate "I Like It As such" and "Everyone (Backstreet's Back)"

The suit says the 42-year-old Carter - - who has recently confronted problematic cases of rape, which he denied - - likewise mishandled three different ladies.

The three were not named, yet Boskovich said attorneys had addressed them.

Carter's delegates didn't answer AFP demands for input.

There was no notice of the claim on Carter's Twitter or Instagram accounts, which contained messages honoring more youthful sibling Aaron, who kicked the bucket a month ago.

Diversion site TMZ cited a unidentified source near the vocalist as denying the case.

"This allegation is completely misleading. Scratch is zeroing in on his family and grieving the passing of his sibling," the site detailed the source saying.

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