Chris Brown Sued For $20 Million By Woman Claiming Artist Drugged & Assaulted Her On Yacht Docked At Diddy's Island Home: Report
Chris Brown has reportedly been slapped with a lawsuit accusing him of rape.
The singer is being sued by a Jane Doe who claims to be a professional choreographer, dancer, model and musical artist. According to the lawsuit, Brown raped the woman on a yacht docked at Sean 'Diddy' Combs' home on Miami Beach's Star Island.
The suit obtained by TMZ also alleged Brown went from being friendly to raping his alleged victim in minutes.
The ordeal allegedly began when Brown took her friend's phone who she was FaceTiming and urged her to come to Diddy's Island home ASAP. When the alleged victim arrived on December 30, 2020, Brown reportedly greeted her and asked if she wanted a drink while motioning her to the kitchen area on the yacht.
According to the documents, the "No Guidance" artist gave her a red cup with a mixed drink once they got to the kitchen. As they began talking, he filled her cup up for a second time, which she claimed was when she began to feel "a sudden, unexplained change in consciousness."
The woman reportedly claimed she felt "disoriented, physically unstable, and started to fall in and out of sleep," which was when the 32-year-old led her into a bedroom. She was "drugged" and "half-asleep" at the time, per the documents.
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Brown's apparent victim went on to claim in the docs that he closed the bedroom door, blocked her attempt to leave and began removing her bathing suit. The "Forever" performer then started kissing the woman. Though she reportedly mumbled for him to stop, Brown persisted and raped her.
The Jane Doe reportedly claimed that after Brown ejaculated inside her, he jumped up and announced he was "done."
The following day, Brown texted the woman and demanded she take Plan B, the documents reportedly stated. Despite being distraught over the alleged altercation, the woman did just that.
The Grammy Award winner's alleged victim is suing him for $20 million in damages, insisting the alleged rape caused her emotional distress, it was reported.
The woman's attorneys, Ariel Mitchell and George Vrabeck, told the outlet their client didn't report the rape to the police because she was a medical student at the time and was embarrassed. The lawyers added that they're "committed to victims being heard and would urge anyone with information to contact them."
Brown has yet to comment on the lawsuit.