Lisa Bloom is the same attorney that represented Blac Chyna in her recent case against Rob Kardashian. Bloom is now representing three new accusers that claim they contracted Herpes from Grammy Award winning singer Usher. One of the accusers this time around happens to be a male. The news yesterday, immediately caused speculation as to whether or not the 38-year-old singer is bisexual.

According to Daily Mail, the father of two first contracted the Herpes virus between 2009 and 2010 and his first victim came in 2012. In that case, a judge ruled in favor of the victim by forcing Mr.

Raymond to pay for the woman's medical bills and treatments totaling a reported $1.1 million. Usher has been known to have a pretty private life and his latest rumors have fans wondering just how private it really is.

One of the perks of the singer's career is that he is viewed as a very attractive sex symbol. He's dated famous women like Chili from the Grammy Award winning group TLC for quite a while in the early 2000s before dropping his multi-platinum smash album "Confessions" in 2004. Since then, it turns out he is a man of many confessions. Although he has not yet confessed to his latest rumor, it has many fans wondering if there are more secrets that Usher has not yet revealed to the world.

Spousal support from wife

The last rumors circling the R&B stud comes at a time where he is nearly approaching his two-year wedding anniversary with his wife Grace Miguel this coming September. The couple got married in 2015 in a private setting in Cuba. The woman that came forth last week seeking legal action against Mr. Raymond happens to be a friend of his ex-wife Tameka Foster, whom the singer divorced eight years ago.

According to TMZ, Miguel is not at all rattled by the infidelity accusations about her husband and will continue to stand by his side in the midst of his current $20 million dollar lawsuit. At this point, Usher will need all the support he can get as attorney Lisa Bloom is expected to file suits for the three new accusers this coming Monday.

Paying for his mistakes

Usher will probably have to wait until Monday to find out how much dough his new accusers are seeking for their medical treatments if it is discovered that all three indeed contracted the virus from Raymond. Usher reportedly has a net worth of $180 million. He is part owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers and has sold over $65 million records worldwide.

He's shown in the past that he is willing to pay his accusers if he is found guilty in the matter. So, if his new accusers are telling the truth, they could be receiving a pretty big payday shortly.