December 19, 2007 -- HIP-hop mogul Damon Dash may have the power to literally drive women crazy. In papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, Atlanta resident Jamie Roberts claims she was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder after Dash exposed himself to her in 2004. The bizarre suit, which Roberts, 24, wrote up herself, says she met Dash at a Miami club that March, where he inexplicably used the name "Jeremy McIntyre" and took her to a nearby marina. There he showed her "his genital area" in an "offensive manner" and tried to force her into performing oral sex, the suit claims. Nine months later, Roberts said she "began to hear defendant's voice in her ear, giving her certain directions to follow." The suit says she discovered McIntyre's true identity in early 2005 "while watching a taping of the "Dave Chapelle Show." Roberts is seeking $30,000 and punitive damages, The Post's Dareh Gregorian reports. The charges were news to Dash. "We know nothing about it," he said in a statement. "It's quite obvious this is a false allegation."
I'm only a messenger.