Mexican pop singer Gloria Trevi has been accused of grooming and exploiting underage girls in the 1990s.
Two Jane Does have filed a lawsuit alleging Trevi and ex-producer Sergio Andrade initiated sexual contact with them when they were 13 and 15.
The lawsuit was filed on Dec. 30, just meeting the deadline for California's Child Victims Act.
Trevi and Andrade were previously accused of corrupting and abusing minors in the 1990s, leading to their arrest in 2000 for involvement in an alleged cult-like sex ring.
Trevi served four years in prison but was acquitted of the charges in 2004.
In 2018, she gave an emotional speech at the Latin American Music Awards about being abused and manipulated at the age of 15 by Andrade.
The complaint calls for a trial by jury and for damages to be decided at trial.
Trevi is scheduled to play three shows in Mexico City at the end of January.
Representatives for Trevi have not commented on the allegations. The lawsuit was filed anonymously, but Trevi and Andrade's involvement is clear based on descriptions and chronology.