As part of a lawsuit, a lady accuses Chris Brown of drugging and raping her in Miami in 2011.
According to a lawsuit received by Rolling Stone, Chris Brown is being sued for allegedly drugging and raping a lady on a yacht docked at Diddy’s Star Island mansion in Miami, Florida.
As revealed by NBC News, Brown allegedly met Jane Doe in Miami at the end of December of that year, according to the lawsuit.
When the woman, a professional choreographer and music artist from Los Angeles, was chatting on FaceTime with a friend, Brown allegedly grabbed their phones, claiming to have heard about the woman’s music and urging her to meet him at Diddy’s residence on Star Island immediately.
A mixed drink was served to Jane Doe after she arrived at the yacht, and it was alleged in the lawsuit that Brown had offered to buy her one.
They then talked about her music career, and “Brown gave her advice on how to get started in the music business.” According to the lawsuit, after Brown allegedly filled Doe’s cup a second time, she “got disoriented, physically unsteady, and started to fall in and out of sleep.
The singer is accused of doping Jane Doe’s drink “with the goal to create harmful or unpleasant contact,” according to the document.
In the suit’s words, “Plaintiff Jane Doe felt bewildered and physically unsteady, falling in and out of sleep.” Plaintiff Jane Doe, who was half-conscious and half-drunk, was brought down a corridor and into the bedroom by Chris Brown.”
According to the lawsuit, Brown locked the door and “blocked Plaintiff Jane Doe’s attempt to leave, pushed Plaintiff Jane Doe on a bed, removed Plaintiff Jane Doe’s underwear, and started kissing her.” “
According to the lawsuit, Brown “ignored” the woman’s whispered request for him to stop as she lay half-awake.
Plaintiffs claim Brown raped the victim before “jumping up and declaring himself done.” When the woman contacted him, he allegedly advised her to get in touch with him so that they could discuss her music career.
Texted a buddy for help, who assisted her in leaving the house.
According to the lawsuit, after the alleged event, Brown continued to contact the woman. Claims in the suit include that the singer “demanded” she take a medication to prevent her from getting pregnant.
In January of this year, after Brown reconnected with her, the woman traveled to his California home with him, his producer, and another young lady to listen to some of his music.
The suit claims that she visited Brown’s home again in August when he was recording a song. The lawsuit claims that Brown became “loud and furious” during the encounter when she refused his request to go upstairs to his bedroom.
The woman is suing for sexual battery and rape, false imprisonment, emotional distress, and a violation of the statute against gender violence. She’s asking for a total of $20 million.
There was no quick response from a spokesperson for Brown on Friday when we tried to contact them.
As for Diddy, a spokesman for the rapper was likewise unable to be contacted quickly.
As Doe’s lawyer, Ariel E Mitchell, said, “We want to guarantee that all parties are held accountable so that we can begin to eradicate this behavior from our culture.”
In the past, Brown has been accused of aggression against women. One of the most well-known charges against him is that he admitted to hitting his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
A restraining order was issued against Brown in 2017 after his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran accused him of punching her in the stomach twice and shoving her down some steps.
His name was also brought up in connection with another woman’s rape accusation in Paris in 2019; however, no charges were brought against him at the time due to “insufficient evidence.”