Carissa Capeloto, now 22, claims in the lawsuit that Kingston, his bodyguard and a member of Kingston's band forced themselves on her at a Seattle hotel in July 2010. Before the alleged rape, Capeloto says she smoked pot and drank seven to 10 shots of vodka.
Capeloto says she was invited to Kingston's room for a meet-and-greet following aJustin Bieber concert that the singer had also performed at. But when she arrived at the hotel room, Kingston was allegedly waiting naked on the bed. According to the lawsuit, Kingston's bodyguard allegedly picked up Capeloto and placed her on top of Kingston. The three men then gang raped her while she was "obviously incapable of consent," the lawsuit says.
Capeloto's friend later entered the hotel room and retrieved her. They proceeded to call the police and took Capeloto to the hospital, where she says she was treated for injuries consistent with rape, according to the report.
Criminal charges against Kingston and the other two men were dropped in 2010 because police found Capeloto wasn't credible enough, TMZ says.
Capeloto says in the lawsuit that the incident ruined her life and that she can barely sleep, has mood swings and panic attacks. She has sued all three men and is seeking a minimum of $5 million in damages. The trail is set for November.
Kingston responded with legal documents of his own, insisting the sex was consensual, according to TMZ. Reps for the singer did not immediately respond to TVGuide.com's request for comment.