Lawsuit alleges 14-year-old singer with major record deal was sexually abused by producer

An anonymous woman has filed a lawsuit alleging that she was sexually abused by a producer from "one of the most beloved, best-known and most valuable companies in the history of the world," TMZ reports.

The victim was 14 years old in 2005, when she was signed to a seven-album deal, the suit says. A man was then made her personal go-to producer as well as her mentor and agent.

In addition to making unwelcome comments, such as telling the girl that they were "soulmates," the producer allegedly initiated both vaginal and anal intercourse with her, which could be classified as rape, depending on age of consent laws, and allegedly drugged her before initiating anal intercourse on one occasion.

According to the woman, who is now in her late 20s, the producer also would allegedly "rub and fondle her genitals and body, digitally penetrate her, and he would orally copulate her and forced her to do the same to him."

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Daniella Mohazab, a master's student of communication management at the University of Southern California, listens as her attorney Gloria Allred comments on the news of the arrest of Dr. George Tyndall, during a news conference in Los Angeles Wednesday, June 26, 2019. Mohazab, who alleges Tyndall molested her in 2016 and has spoken out publicly, called the doctor's arrest "a huge step in moving forward." (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
Daniella Mohazab, a master's student of communication management at the University of Southern California, listens as her attorney Gloria Allred comments on the news of the arrest of Dr. George Tyndall, during a news conference in Los Angeles Wednesday, June 26, 2019. Mohazab, who alleges Tyndall molested her in 2016 and has spoken out publicly, called the doctor's arrest "a huge step in moving forward." (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
Attorney Gloria Allred (L) with University of Southern California (USC) student Anika Narayanan (R) announce that the medical license of USC gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall has been suspended after multiple allegations of 'sexually inappropriate conduct' against him, in Los Angeles, California on August 29, 2018. - Tyndall was a USC gynecologist for decades has 41 claims made against him. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
A group of current and former USC students who are survivors of alleged sexual assault by gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall from the USC student health center and which occured over a 30 years period, support each other during a press conference in Los Angeles, California on October 18, 2018. - Nearly 20 survivors of Dr. Tyndall called upon members of the USC Board of Trustees to speak out on behalf of survivors and also to ask Attorney General Xavier Becerra to launch an independent investigation of the USC administration. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
A group of current and former USC students who are survivors of alleged sexual assault by gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall from the USC student health center and which occured over a 30 years period, speak out during a press conference in Los Angeles, California on October 18, 2018. - Nearly 20 survivors of Dr. Tyndall called upon members of the USC Board of Trustees to speak out on behalf of survivors and also to ask Attorney General Xavier Becerra to launch an independent investigation of the USC administration. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
A group of current and former USC students who are survivors of alleged sexual assault by gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall from the USC student health center and which occured over a 30 years period, speak out during a press conference in Los Angeles, California on October 18, 2018. - Nearly 20 survivors of Dr. Tyndall called upon members of the USC Board of Trustees to speak out on behalf of survivors and also to ask Attorney General Xavier Becerra to launch an independent investigation of the USC administration. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
A group of current and former USC students who are survivors of alleged sexual assault by gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall from the USC student health center and which occured over a 30 years period, speak out during a press conference in Los Angeles, California on October 18, 2018. - Nearly 20 survivors of Dr. Tyndall called upon members of the USC Board of Trustees to speak out on behalf of survivors and also to ask Attorney General Xavier Becerra to launch an independent investigation of the USC administration. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
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The alleged sexual abuse took place over a two-year period at such places as the Staples Center and a music video set on the Warner Bros. studio lot. It's unclear whether it was the singer's own music video set.

It also remains unclear whether the singer recorded the seven albums promised in the 2005 deal and whether she still has a relationship with the large entertainment company that possibly employed her alleged abuser.

The producer also allegedly cozied up to the then teenager's mother to groom her into trusting him.

While the names of the defendants have not been made public, the woman is suing the perpetrator as well as multiple people she says enabled his behavior.

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