In January, a woman anonymously filed a $20 million lawsuit against the R&B megastar. Her claims include Chris Brown drugged her and raped her during a yacht party in Miami’ in December 2020.
When news broke of the accuser’s voice messages to the singer, the public was shocked. As a result, the lawyer working with the woman decided to no longer represent her on the case. Following his findings, Chris took to Instagram Stories with a graphic showing the media announcing when a famous man is accused of sexual assault and silence when that man is proven innocent. He also added a statement in the following post, saying, “Damn y’all owe me an apology… won’t hold my breath waiting for it though…”
Chris Brown demands that the public issue him an apology due to being dragged in the media regarding a rape accusation. After his alleged rape accuser’s voicemail went public, the lawyer representing the woman dropped the case from their roster. In the audio message, Chris’ accuser says that he gave her the “best d*ck” she ever had in her life and begged to see him again so she could mess with him again.
“Well, you’re giving me mixed signals. You’re like reading my messages and stuff, and you haven’t blocked me yet, so I’m guessing you don’t hate me,” “I wanna see you again, I mean, you just answered the phone and then you just hung up. Like, just let me know. Like, if you want me to leave you alone, I definitely will, but I want to f**k with you again.”
The accuser, who is known to be a choreographer, and dancer, also sent Chris a sequence of suggestive messages, including nude selfies. The texts include her asking Brown if he had ecstasy along with the known voice notes.
After reportedly confirming that the text messages and audio notes are accurate, Ariel Mitchell, the lawyer representing the accuser, has officially dropped out of the case. She states that Chris’ accuser never notified her of the messages.