Mexican pop star Gloria Trevi is facing a new lawsuit that alleges she lured two underage girls into a sex cult, where they faced abuse, grooming and exploitation.

Identified as "Jane Does" in the lawsuit, they said they were 13- and 15- years-old in the 1990s when the abuse was alleged to have occurred. They claim that Trevi, 54, recruited them for her former producer Sergio Andrade. The majority of the sex abuse is alleged to have occurred in Los Angeles County, where the lawsuit was filed.

The 30-page filing first obtained by Rolling Stone Wednesday alleges the Jane Does are "survivors of childhood sexual abuse, sexual battery, assault, molestation, and abuse" at the hands of the defendants. It also alleges the victims have suffered "substantial emotional distress, anxiety, nervousness, anger and fear" as a result of the abuse.

Trevi is described in the filing as a "famous and popular pop star, and one of the most highly compensated female artists in Latin America." Andrade is described as "one of the most successful music producers in Mexico" at that time.

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Gloria Trevi during her 2022 U.S. tour Chris Pizzello/AP Photo

Trevi and Andrade were accused of underage sex abuse in January 2000. They were arrested with backup singer María Raquenel Portillo were arrested and charged with operating a sex ring, said Variety.

She spent four years in a Chihuahua prison awaiting trial for rape, kidnapping, and the corruption of minors before being acquitted of the charges in 2004.

Aline Hernández, Andrade's ex-wife, claimed in her memoir that Trevi would help him attract young girls, whom he would lock up, beat and deny food. Andrade spent one year in prison on the same charges as Trevi in 2000.

The current lawsuit was filed on Dec. 30 just days before the end of the legal window that temporarily suspends the statute of limitations on allegations of sexual abuse of minors in California. Trevi will not face criminal charges.

Trevi is scheduled to play three shows in Mexico City at the end of January.