Chris Brown sued by woman who alleges she was raped at his home
An unidentified woman has filed a lawsuit against the singer and two others.
A woman, choosing to remain anonymous and going by the name Jane Doe, has filed a lawsuit against Chris Brown and two others after she claims she was held at his home and sexually assaulted multiple times.
In the court documents (obtained by TMZ), Doe says she was at Brown’s home for a party in February 2017 when his friend Lowell Grissom Jr (also known as Young Lo) and an unnamed woman, “Doe X”, forcibly held her down and sexually assaulted her.
In the court documents, the woman says her phone was taken from her and was held at the house with four other women. They were told to take drugs which the woman says she refused.
She says she was forced to perform oral sex on Grissom and Brown’s female friend before she was allegedly raped twice by Grissom.
The woman says she later went to a rape treatment centre and spoke to law enforcement to report the incident.
The victim is now suing for sexual battery, battery, assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress, to name just a few.
Brown is being sued because the victim said she wasn't allowed to leave his home.
The victim is being represented by women’s rights attorney, Gloria Allred, who says this is “one of the most horrific sexual assault cases” she has worked on at a news conference today.
Chris Brown’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, told TMZ that his “investigation shows that none of these allegations are true," and said that "Chris is a target.”
Gloria Allred said her client was a victim of “horrific sexual assaults “ at singer Chris Brown’s House pic.twitter.com/W76chZYfnv
— Claudia Rosenbaum (@CJRosenbaum) May 9, 2018