Nearly 3 months after an uninjured woman sued Chris Brown for allegedly causing her PTSD after she witnessed his dogs attack her sister, the assailed is following suit by filing suit.
Another day, another legal battle for the embattled R&B star.
Just three weeks after a woman alleged he slapped her weave off, the GRAMMY winner is being slapped with a lawsuit from an incident that occurred on his Tarzana, California property in December 2020.
As revealed in April, his housekeeper was allegedly attacked by one of his canines – a large Caucasian Shepherd Ovcharka – that reportedly “ripped 3 to 4 inches of skin off her arm.” According the housekeeper’s sister, Patricia Avila (who was on site to help her clean), the woman had to undergo major surgery as a result. Avila – who was uninjured during the attack – sued the star for unspecified damages as she claimed she now suffers from “PTSD, severe anxiety, and panic attacks” as a direct result of witnessing the horrifying episode and Brown’s failure to protect her from the risk of attack.
Now, court docs show her sister – who is monikered “Jane Doe” for the sake of her safety – is also suing after not only claiming she was viciously attacked by Brown’s dog but that he was home the entire time and did nothing to save her.
That’s not all…
Due to the ‘permanent scarring’ left by the canine assault and consequent surgery undergone to repair her skin, the anonymous housekeeper’s husband is also suing for damages related to the emotional distress of seeing his wife in her current condition.