Dancehall’s Sean Paul Slapped With Lawsuit

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Jan. 4, 2013: Jamaican dancehall star, Sean Paul, has been given a new year’s present he can certainly do without.

The singer, born Sean Paul Ryan Francis Henriques, has been slapped with a lawsuit from jilted ex Susanne Persson for emotional torture.

The blond Swede wants $80 million, according to the New York Daily News, claims that Paul not only had her illegally deported from Jamaica and drove her to repeated suicide attempts. He also subjected her to “starvation, homelessness and loss of an ability to generate income.”

The lawsuit also names Paul’s record label, Atlantic, and manager, Steve Wilson and includes an illustrated 126-page tell-all document entitled, “Irie Jamboree: My Life in Jamaica as a Jet Set Slave with the Enormous Secret of a Love Affair with Jamaica’s Perhaps Most Well-Known Dancehall Artist.”

The book promises to expose “The Truth About Sean Paul’s Cocaine Dealings, Lies, Murders and Erection Problems.”