Video reporter Jenny SuShe a/k/a Jennifer Ravalo (pictured) has accused heavyweght contender Kubrat Pulev of unwanted sexual advances, namely a kiss that Pulev planted on her in the middle of an interview. Sushe has retained womens' rights activist Gloria Allred as her attorney, and has added claims beyond the video, saying that Pulev also grabbed her buttocks off-camera. The incidents occurred on March 23rd, when Pulev made his American debut by stopping Bogdan Dinu on an ESPN+-broadcast show. SuShe read from a statement with Allred at her side: "I did not encourage or consent to Mr. Pulev grabbing my face, kissing me, or grabbing my backside. I was there at the event covering the boxing match as a professional member of the press." While Pulev sought to dismiss the incident by saying the two were friends, SuShe said she had not even met Pulev until the day before the fight. Her statement concluded, "he [later] asked me to remove [edit out] the kiss from the interview. I did not remove it and instead I posted it because I wanted people to see what he had done to me. I wanted him to be accountable. I didn't want him to get away with it. What he did to me was disgusting. I felt humiliated." Yahoo! Sports reports that Allred is trying to have Pulev's boxing license suspended. All of this means that Pulev's next fight could be in Europe while SuShe's complaint works itself out, both legally and in the court of public opinion.