Chris Brown is in legal trouble after a woman slapped him with a lawsuit alleging one of his friends raped her at his home and that she was forced to perform oral sex.
An anonymous woman said in the filing obtained by TMZ Wednesday, May 9 said she was invited to a February 2017 afterparty. Upon arriving at the recording studio to meet Brown and his pal Young Lo (legal name Lowell Grissom), all guests were required to hand over their cell phones.
Jane Doe’s lawyer, high-powered attorney Gloria Allred, said her client was forced to go to Brown’s house because she thought that was the only way she’d get it back.
“Brown handed each female guest — including the plaintiff — a clear pill filled with white powder and instructed them to have a ‘good time,'” Allred reads of the filing at a press conference. “Plaintiff did not follow these instructions and declined to consume the pill or pills.”
During the party, at which marijuana, cocaine and MDMA were provided, the suit claims one of Brown’s female friends had Doe and her friend follow her into a bedroom and barricaded the door with a sofa. The friend is alleged to have forced women to have sex with Brown and Grissom.
When Doe — who said she was “intimidated” upon seeing the guns the defendants owned in the house — tried to leave, Brown’s female friend grabbed her by the throat and forced her to give Grissom oral sex, according to the suit. Then, the menstruating female friend pushed Doe onto the bed and “literally sat on [her] face, using her legs to pin [her] down while forcing [her] to perform oral sex on her.”
Doe only discovered the woman was on her period when she went to the bathroom and saw blood all over her face. And as she showered, Doe said Grissom walked into the bathroom and when she tried to leave, he pushed her on the bed and raped her. This before Grissom held her against the washing machine and raped her another time. Following the assault, the victim reported it to the police and visited a rape treatment center.
“This is one of the most horrific sexual assault cases that I have ever seen,” Allred said at the news conference. “And our client Jane Doe has been severely traumatized by what she was forced to suffer.”
As of press time, Brown nor Grissom have spoken out about the matter.