(CN) - A Miami model sued a hip-hop video producer for calling her an "alleged escort" who "steals money."
Claudia Sampedro sued Worldstar Hip Hop for defamation in Miami-Dade County Court.
In addition to hip-hop videos, Arizona-based Worldstar's website also shows videos "depicting violent fights and public sexual acts," Sampedro says.
In March, Worldstar posted a video featuring her and two other models, set to the Yo Gotti song "Fire That Bitch."
Worldstar titled the video "Claudia Sampedro (Reggie Bush's Jump Off / Alleged Escort) & More," according to the lawsuit.
And Worldstar placed text next to the video stating that "Cuban native model and alleged escort Claudia Sampedro, NFL star Reggie Bush's Jump Off, steals money. It appears that her hidden secrets are out."
The lawsuit defines "jump off" as a "well-known slang term that refers to women of dubious sexual practices."
Sampedro says the website's comments were false, misleading and disparaging. She demands damages and the removal of any false comments about her from the website.
Attorney Paul Vicary of Medley, Fla., is representing Sampedro.