Allison Coss and Scott Sippola are accused of conspiring to extort US 680,000 dollars from Stamos for photos of him with cocaine and strippers. But the prosecutors denied that there were any photos. The presiding judge said that testimony about Stamos" alleged fling would not be allowed and cannot be considered by jurors as evidence.
According to The Daily Telegraph, the statement read "The allegations made today in the courtroom by the defendants' attorneys during opening statements will not be proven because they are simply untrue."
Coss and Stamos met in Orlando, Florida, in 2004. They went up to his room and according to Coss, two strippers showed up with a bag of cocaine. When Coss refused to have oral sex with him, Stamos left the room before apologizing and inviting Coss to spend the night, which she did, Henderson said.
Vermaat said the two exchanged e-mails "with some regularity" but did not discuss details of the alleged 2004 encounter. Stamos received two e-mails last fall from a "Jessica T" who claimed she was pregnant and Stamos was the father, Vermaat said.
Another series of e-mails from a "Brian L" describing allegedly compromising photos and saying they would be sold to tabloids if Stamos did not buy them for 680,000 dollars.