The security got her number and thereafter, Sharpton and Usher met at a hotel where she said they had sex without letting her know of any STDs he may have had.
The R&B singer was just slapped with a (totally frivolous) lawsuit by three people-one man and two women-who all claim they had sex with him (at different times) back in 2012. While she is negative for herpes, as evidenced by her giving birth previous year, but at least one of the other plaintiffs does reportedly have the virus.
The lawsuit also claims Usher, 38, didn't contact these alleged partners to deny the herpes diagnosis rumors, nor can they contact him because he allegedly called them from "blocked numbers or "burner phones" and failed to leave contact information with them after they had sex".
One of Bloom's clients said she had sexual relations with Usher after a concert, only to read news reports later that he has herpes, 1010 WINS' Roger Stern reported.
Bloom and Sharpton both appeared at the press conference, which took place at the New York Hilton in Midtown Manhattan.
"When I first heard he had herpes, I couldn't believe it ..."
As we've reported, they include two women and a man and all three claim that the singer did not disclose that he had herpes.
Legal documents obtained by RadarOnline.com state: "As a result of being diagnosed with Herpes and /or being exposed to the Herpes Virus, Plaintiffs have suffered severe emotional distress, birthing complications, stress, depression, anxiety about having contracted the disease or being exposed to Herpes".
That's basically what Usher's insurance company is saying to the singer in the wake of all the herpes allegations against him.
"Although I am negative, I was upset by the reports and I would have never consented had I known", Sharpton said. "Usher, if you are negative, please say so", she said.
We contacted Radar Online and asked them to provide the case number of the lawsuit against Usher, which their article claims was settled with a $1.1 million payment in December 2012. One accuser claims to have contracted the virus, while the other two say they were exposed.
"We hope the reports are not true", she stated.
Usher's attorney did not respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.