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Singer, Chris Brown Sued For $20 Million Over Alleged Rape

A tender girl has accused Chris Brown of sexual attack allegation.

In step with TMZ, the 32-year-old artist is accused of raping a girl in overdue 2020 out of doors Diddy’s Celebrity Island house.

The plaintiff, recognized as Jane Doe, claims she used to be talking to a pal by means of FaceTime when Brown grabbed the pal’s telephone and informed her to come back to Miami instantly.


Alternatively, the girl is looking for $20 million damages over the emotional rigidity brought about through the alleged assault.

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The lawsuit states the girl who describes herself as a type, choreographer, and musical artist arrived at the belongings on Dec. 20, and met Brown on a yacht parked at Diddy’s place of dwelling.

In a while after she boarded the yacht, Brown allegedly requested her if she sought after a drink.

The grievance states she authorised the be offering and adopted the singer into the yacht’s kitchen space, the place she used to be passed a blended drink.

Jane Doe says she and Brown started speaking earlier than she used to be given a fill up; it used to be at the moment, the girl claims to have skilled “a surprising, unexplained alternate in awareness.”

The lawsuit alleges the girl become “disoriented, bodily volatile, and began to fall out and in of sleep.”

Brown then allegedly took her to a bed room whilst she used to be “drugged” and wouldn’t let her go away. Jane Doe says Brown then got rid of her bathing go well with backside and started kissing her. She claims the artist neglected her pleas to prevent, and proceeded to rape her.

In step with the grievance, Brown then ejaculated throughout the girl, stood up, and informed her that he used to be “finished.”

Jane Doe says Brown contacted her the next day to come and demanded her to take Plan B—a morning-after emergency birth control tablet.

The lady claims she did as she used to be informed, and not reported the incident to government.

Her legal professionals, Ariel Mitchell and George Vrabeck say their shopper didn’t pass to the police as a result of she used to be embarrassed.


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