Chris Brown Sued by Woman, Claims She Was Raped at His House
Chris Brown is the subject of another lawsuit. This time around, a woman going by Jane Doe, says she was raped at his home, according to TMZ.
Doe claims that the incident took place in February 2017. “Our client was invited to attend an ‘afterparty’ at a recording studio to meet defendant [Lowell] Grissom, also known as Young Lo, and defendant Chris Brown,” said the defendant’s lawyer, Gloria Allred. “When she arrived at the studio, her phone was taken away.”
Afterward, Doe alleges that she was “forced” to go to Brown’s home, “because she perceived that she would only be able to retrieve her phone there.” She claims Brown supplied guests with cocaine, molly, and weed before the night took a violent turn. Allred called it “one of the most horrific sexual assault cases” that she’d ever seen.
Doe claims that one of Brown’s unnamed female friends grabbed her by the throat when she tried to leave and that she forced her to perform oral sex on Grissom. The woman also “literally sat on [her] face, using her legs to pin [her] down while forcing [her] to perform oral sex on her,” according to the report. The woman was allegedly menstruating at the time. Additionally, Doe says that the female friend forced her and other women to “hook up” with Brown and Grissom after blocking the door with a couch.
Doe also alleges that Grissom walked into the bathroom while she was showering, pushed her onto a bed, and raped her. Later, he reportedly raped her again after holding her against a washing machine. The woman reportedly went to a rape treatment center and filed a police report after the incident. Allred said that her client “has been severely traumatized by what she was forced to suffer.”
Chris Brown has yet to address the incident. He is currently gearing up for his “Heartbreak on a Full Moon Tour,” which kicks off June 19.