Chris Brown sued for allegedly drugging and raping woman

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  • A woman, identified as "Jane Doe", is suing Chris Brown for rape.
  • The woman claims the singer had offered her drinks on a yacht in 2020, and after she began falling "in and out of sleep", had led her to a bedroom where he raped her.
  • She is seeking $20 million in damages.

UPDATE: Saturday, 29 January - 07:48

Chris Brown took to Instagram after news of the suit broke.

"I hope y'all see this pattern of [blue cape emoji]," he wrote. The blue cap emoji is used to denote untruths.

"Whenever I'm releasing music or projects 'they' try to pull some real bullshit."

After the note he posted another photo of himself on Instagram Stories wearing multiple caps.

Chris Brown Instagram Stories.
Chris Brown Instagram Stories.



Chris Brown is being sued by a woman who claims the singer drugged and raped her on a yacht docked at Diddy's home in Miami in 2020.

The lawsuit was filed by a choreographer, dancer and musician identified as "Jane Doe", TMZ reports. The woman is suing for $20 million in damages.

According to the publication, in the suit, the woman claims Chris, who allegedly urged her to come over to the yacht, had given her a drink in a red cup while they were talking. It was after the second drink poured by the singer that she says she began to feel "a sudden, unexplained change in consciousness."

She also says that she started to fall "in and out of sleep". 

In the documents, Jane Doe claims Chris had then led her to a bedroom where he raped her. TMZ reports that the woman mumbled for the singer to stop, but he persisted. 

She also alleged that the star had texted her the next day, demanding that she take Plan B (the "Morning After Pill"). 

A lawyer for Jane Doe had also confirmed the lawsuit to Pitchfork

Chris Brown and his team have yet to respond to the allegations. 

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