Chris Brown hits back at new rape allegations, calling them ‘bulls**t’ after being sued for $20 million
Chris Brown has responded to a new lawsuit filed by a woman alleging the singer drugged and raped her aboard a yacht in 2020.
Brown, 32, took to Instagram on Friday to backtrack on the allegations, calling them “some real bulls**t” and writing off the very serious claims in the lawsuit as lies to undermine his latest project.
‘I HOPE YOU SEE THIS PATTERN [CAP emoji],” he wrote, the emoji referring to a slang term for lie. “Whenever I put out music or projects, ‘ZE’ tries to pull off some real bulls**t.”
Refuting allegations: Chris Brown has responded to a new lawsuit filed by a woman who alleges the singer drugged and raped her aboard a yacht in 2020.
Disclaimers: In addition to his Insta Story text message dismissing the lawsuit, Brown added a photo of himself wearing a pile of different caps on his head — each cap represents the slang term for lie
In addition to his Insta Story text, dismissing the lawsuit, Brown added a photo of himself wearing a stack of different caps on his head — each cap represents the slang term for lie.
Just a day earlier, an anonymous woman had filed charges against Brown for allegedly drugging her and then raping her on Dec. 30, 2020, according to documents obtained by TMZ.
The filing alleges that the assault took place aboard a yacht docked at Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ home on Star Island in Miami Beach.
DailyMail.com has reached out to representatives for Brown and Combs for comment, but has not yet received a response.
Legal Troubles: An anonymous woman has sued Brown for allegedly drugging her and then raping her on Dec. 30, 2020, according to documents obtained by TMZ on Thursday
The Jane Doe, who describes herself as a “professional choreographer, dancer, model and musical artist,” says the ordeal started when a friend of hers hung out near Brown.
The two friends were speaking via video chat when Brown reportedly picked up her boyfriend’s phone and asked her to go to Diddy’s Star Island home ASAP.
Once she arrived, she says Brown greeted her aboard the yacht and asked her if she would like a drink before signaling her to the boat’s kitchen.
The filing alleges that he gave her a red plastic cup in the kitchen that was filled with a mixed alcoholic drink.
Encounter: The Jane Doe claims she met Brown on December 30, 2020 aboard a yacht docked at Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Star Island home, where he then gave her a mixed drink; pictured in 2016 in Las Vegas
After they talked, the woman claims that Brown refilled her cup. After she started drinking again, she said she started to feel “a sudden, inexplicable change in consciousness.”
She claims she “felt disoriented, physically unstable and started falling in and out of sleep,” after which Brown reportedly led her into a bedroom. She says she felt “drugged” and “half asleep” at the time.
Her file states that the Beautiful People singer closed the bedroom door and took off her bikini bottoms before kissing her.
The Jane Doe claims she muttered to him to stop, but then he raped her.
After he hit his peak, he reportedly got up quickly and said he was “done.”
The filing alleges that Brown contacted the woman via text message the next day to demand that she take Plan B to avoid a possible pregnancy. Even though she was in a distraught condition, she says she still took the pill.
Jane Doe’s lawyers, Ariel Mitchell and George Vrabeck, told TMZ she had not reported the alleged rape to the police because she was studying medicine at the time and she feared filing a complaint would be an embarrassment.
The lawyers said they are “committed to hearing victims and would urge anyone with information to contact them.”
Dark Encounter: The woman claims she began to feel “disoriented” after Brown refilled her drink. She says he led her into a bedroom, undressed her and started raping her after she “murmured” for him to stop; seen in 2011 in LA
Brown has a long list of legal entanglements in the past, the most famous being his brutal attack on his then-girlfriend Rihanna.
In the early hours of February 8, 2009, he got into an argument with the Work singer that ended up assaulting him so hard that she had to be hospitalized.
He was charged with assault and criminal threats the following month, initially pleading not guilty, before pleading guilty to a single felony count. He was sentenced to five years of probation, community service and counseling for domestic violence.
A few years later, in 2013, his probation was revoked after an alleged hit-and-run in Los Angeles. He did not serve a prison sentence in connection with the crime because the charges were dropped, but was given a 1,000 hours of community service.
That same year, he was arrested in Washington DC for assaulting a fan and sought treatment in rehab instead of jail time, but was kicked out of the facility and ended up behind bars.
Brown was arrested in 2016 on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after a prolonged 11-hour confrontation with police at his $4 million mansion.
Two years later, he was arrested again over an incident in 2017 and charged with allegedly assaulting a man who photographed him without permission.
Morning after: The day after the alleged rape, the woman claims that Brown texted her urging her to take Plan B, which she did; seen in 2015 in West Hollywood