Chris Brown sued for allegedly drugging and raping a woman on a yacht | Chris Brown
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A woman is suing R&B singer Chris Brown for $20 million for allegedly drugging and raping her on a yacht moored at a Miami property owned by P Diddy, Rolling Stone has reported.
The unidentified plaintiff – a professional choreographer, dancer, model and musician who goes by the name Jane Doe in the lawsuit – and an unidentified friend were invited to the yacht on December 30, 2021 by a male friend.
The lawsuit says that while the man was on the phone with Doe, Brown took it from her and told her “he had heard of her music and urged her to come to Diddy’s home on Star Island as soon as as possible”.
On the yacht, according to the lawsuit, Brown offered Doe a mug containing a mixed drink. As he ‘offered her advice on starting a career in the music industry’, he allegedly filled her cup, after which she became ‘disoriented, physically unstable and started falling asleep and falling asleep “, according to the lawsuit.
He claims she was taken to a room where Brown closed the door and refused to let her go. The complaint alleges that he stripped her and raped her, and after he ejaculated inside her, he announced “that he was ‘done'”. He alleges that Brown demanded that Doe take emergency contraception the next day.
Brown replied on Instagram Stories: “I HOPE YOU ALL SEE THIS MODEL OF 🧢 [lying] every time I post music or projects, “THEY” try to do some real bullshit. »
The Guardian has contacted Brown’s representatives for comment.
Doe’s lawyer, Ariel E Mitchell, told Rolling Stone they wanted to “ensure that all parties are held accountable so that we can begin to eradicate this behavior from our society”.
Brown has had several legal issues since being convicted of felony assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
He has previously been refused entry to the UK, Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand on character grounds.
Brown, a major R&B figure of the 2000s, is set to release his 10th album, Breezy, later this year. He said he wanted the music to “speak to the souls of women”.
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