Rape Charges Have Been Leveled Against Chris Brown.

 Rape Charges Have Been Leveled Against Chris Brown.

Rape Charges Have Been Leveled Against Chris Brown.


An unidentified woman has sued musician Chris Brown, alleging that he drugged and raped her on a Florida yacht in December 2020, and is seeking $20 million in damages.

Brown invited Jane Doe, a musician and choreographer, to meet him at Star Island, Florida, the home of rapper Sean Combs, according to the civil lawsuit, which was filed on Thursday. She boarded a yacht when she arrived and accepted Brown’s offer of a drink while they talked about her career, according to the filing.

According to the lawsuit, the woman became disoriented and physically unstable after her second drink. According to the lawsuit, Brown dragged her to a bedroom, removed her bikini bottoms, and had sex with her without her consent.

This photo taken from social media on January 28, 2022 shows a message posted by Chris Brown on his Instagram account’s Stories section.

On Friday, a request for comment from Brown’s attorney and two other representatives was not immediately returned.

“Whenever I release music or projects, ‘THEY’ try to pull some real bulls — t,” Brown wrote on Instagram. There was also a blue cap emoji, which is slang for lying.



Brown pleaded guilty to assaulting singer Rihanna in 2009, an incident that made international headlines after a photo of her bruised face was released.

In 2019, a woman claimed Brown raped her in a Paris hotel room. The singer refuted the claim and sued the accuser for defamation. There have been no charges brought.

According to the new lawsuit, Brown called her the day after the incident and advised her to use an emergency contraceptive pill to avoid becoming pregnant.

According to the document, she saw Brown twice after that encounter. He became “irate” at one of the meetings after she declined an invitation to his bedroom, according to the complaint.

The woman has had “dramatic mood swings, loss of appetite, panic attacks, and self-harm,” according to the lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court. She is seeking a jury trial and damages of $20 million.



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