The new lawsuit from Jane Doe 3 and Jane Doe 4 was filed under a “lookback” window allowing alleged victims of adult sex abuse to sue with otherwise-expired claims if the alleged abuse included an attempted cover-up. The plaintiffs say some of their abuse occurred during trips to Los Angeles County, including at a house in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Los Feliz between 1995 and 1997, and that the co-defendants and their production companies Conexiones Americanas and Magical Image Entertainment, Inc. went to great lengths to conceal the mistreatment, ordering abortions and forbidding the alleged victims from speaking with people outside the group.

The lawsuit followed Gloria’s lawsuit against  Sergio Andrade and a cross-complaint against Jane Doe 1 and  2, both minors at the time, whose complaint was filed at the end of a three-year window that temporarily lifted the statute of limitations for childhood sex abuse claims in California.

Gloria made clear in her cross-complaint that Aline Andrade is one of the Jane Does, Aline was 13 years old when recruited and 15 when she married Andrade, and still underage when she escaped. Gloria in her interviews, book, movie, and series that premiered this year portrays  Aline as an evil seductress who stole her man for fame and money, and that’s pretty much her attitude toward all the other victims.

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