Onstage TV was forced to remove DHQ Danger’s interview in which she opened up about allegedly being raped by Nicholas Lall.
Last week, the popular Montego Bay-based dancer alleged that the former Team Spice road manager raped her while they were on tour in Europe.
DHQ Danger spoke candidly with Onstage TV’s Winford Williams during her first interview, however Nicholas Lall hired lawyers whom requested the immediate removal from YouTube.
In a statement released on Saturday (December 19), on Instagram, Onstage said the video recording of the interview had to be removed from their YouTube channel because of a potential legal dispute.
“Please accept our apologies for the sudden removal of the Danger interview from our YouTube channel. This, due to potential legal dispute involving On Stage TV and Attorney’s representing Nicholas Lall,” the statement read.
“We are in consultation with our lawyers and will keep you posted on further developments. In the meantime the video will remain private,” the continued.
DHQ Danger also shared via her Instagram stories that CVM contacted her to say that Lall’s legal team had caused the show to not broadcast on Saturday live.
“I’m so hurt only Goddddd knowwwwsss my pain, Nicholas Lall Senior, u are going downnnn, u too bloodclaat wicked p***yhole, I hate you soooo much, johncroww, u naah get wehhh, God give me the strength to bring this man to justice, predator, raper, liar, manipulator, Father God, I did notttt trouble this mannnn, might God, u are Omnipotent, u are Great, u willllll help me in the name of Jesusss, u willll bloodclaat come to justice fucking liarrrrr,” she wrote via her Instagram story.
“I already know I should not say anything more, thanks for all your advice anyways can see you’re all trying to help, but me feel a way, was so upset had to express myself so all that off my chest leaning to the legal side now,” she continued.
Nicholas Lall has maintained his innocence, and asked Danger to prove her allegations during a recent Instagram live video.