Dana White files motion to dismiss sex tape extortion lawsuit

Dana White seeks to put his long-going sex extortion case to bed as he files court papers

UFC President Dana White

The UFC President files motion aiming to dismiss a lawsuit that regards him as a sex tape extortion victim. After being one of the most prominent figures in the sporting world. Dana White is surely looking to get rid of this dirty allegation against him.

The suit was filed by Ernesto Joshua Ramos, naming UFC as a accused in the same. He was arrested in January 2015. Also charged with trying to extort $200,000 from an unnamed businessman for 366 days.

The whole case started in October 2014 in Brazil between an adult nightclub dancer and an unnamed businessman. Where in Joshua Ramos stated the promoter failed to pay him an agreed upon $450,000 for not disclosing White’s name in a now closed sex tape case.

Ramos’ lawsuit a dirty effort as per White’s lawyers

(In the picture) Ernesto Joshua Ramos (white shirt)

Ramos states that White’s lawyers approached him a significant amount to plead guilty avoiding a public trial revealing all the names of the victims. He also claims that White was the mentioned unnamed businessman. The latter was in Brazil with an adult entertainer who worked at Spearmint Rhino in Las Vegas. Even the Las Vegas Review Journal suggests that during the time mentioned UFC President was in Rio de Janeiro for Aldo vs Mendes rematch which was held on October 25, 2014.

The lawsuit further alleges that the woman used her cellphone to secretly record her and White having sex.

Lastly White’s lawyers stated that even after serving a year in the federal jail, Ramos has not learnt even a bit. Fortunately for the court Ramos’ attempts at civil extortion are just as incompetent as his prior criminal endeavors.

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