Despite being dropped by his lawyers in the middle of his latest highly publicized legal woe (as we reported here), Chris Brown is undoubtedly dancing a victory lap after reports that very case has been dismissed.
In February 2017, a female accuser – identified as “Jane Doe” – filed a suit against Brown and his friend Lowell Grissom Jr. (also known as Young Lo) for supplying cocaine and other drugs to her at a party where she alleges she was later sexually assaulted.
According to her recount, Grissom raped her twice – not only forcing her to perform oral sex on a menstruating woman during one of the encounters but also sexually assaulted her against a washing machine. He vehemently denied the accusation.
While Brown’s lawyers claim the woman filed a $17 million lawsuit for the physical and emotional damages, Gloria Allred – her attorney – denied that report.
Now, news has it a motion was filed for the case to be dismissed. As of time reported, any financial settlement attached to it (if any) has not been disclosed.
It should be noted this case is NOT related to Brown’s 2019 rape allegations and consequent arrest in France stemming from a woman’s claims he sexually assaulted her in Paris.
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