Jamie Foxx’s Penis-Slapping Case Has Been Closed

July 9, 2018 / Posted by:

Closed, just like the position Jamie Foxx’s fly should remain around strangers at parties if he want to avoid another situation like the one he found himself involved in last month. Jamie had been accused by a woman of slapping her in the face with his penis at a party back in 2002 after she refused to give him oral sex. The case was past Nevada’s 3-year statute of limitations, but police still decided to open an investigation. TMZ says that the Las Vegas Police Department have concluded their investigation, and Jamie isn’t going to face charges.

Since the incident allegedly happened 16 years ago, Jamie can’t be criminally charged with anything. The statute of limitations has also run out on the possibility of the woman filing a civil suit against Jamie. So it looks like Jamie’s all clear, and he can now go back to quietly dating Katie Holmes while “fending off females” at casino openings.

After the woman’s allegations were made public, Jamie’s attorney denied the story on his behalf, and claimed that he would file his own police report with the LVPD against the woman for allegedly filing a false police report. That then could have turned into a defamation lawsuit. As it turns out, Jamie’s threat was just a threat – he never filed anything.

Whether Jamie actually pulled out his penis and used it like Indiana Jones’ whip is still unknown. The police only told TMZ that Jamie has been cleared of any charges. So there is a chance that that woman was telling the truth and Jamie is a former penis-whipper. But what is the city of Las Vegas doing about all of this? I know whatever happens in Vegas is supposed to stay in Vegas, but the line should be drawn at penis violence. Maybe they could put up a couple signs. “Remember: wieners are to be used for fucking, peeing, or stirring a friend’s drink if they’re into that kind of thing.

Pic: Wenn.com/FayesVision

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