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New Disturbing Details About How Chris Brown Allegedly Locked Women In His House And Assaulted Them

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The victim claims she was held against her will and repeatedly raped.

Allegedly, Chris Brown locked women in house and assaulted them. He has been named in a sexual assault lawsuit by a woman known as Jane Doe. She is suing the rapper and a number of other people for sexual battery and assault, alleging that she was raped repeatedly and held inside his home against her will.

Lowell Grissom Jr., known as Young Lo, is accused in the court documents of repeatedly raping the plaintiff. Brown has yet to be named as a perpetrator of the assaults, but let's not forget that he is no stranger to violence against women. In 2009, he was found guilty of felony domestic abuse after he beat then girlfriend Rihanna up. In 2016, he was accused of threatening his then girlfriend Karruche Tran with a gun in his house as well as punching her in the stomach and throwing her down the stairs.

This latest case reads like a true house of horrors. In fact, the plaintiff has hired famed attorney Gloria Allred, who has said of the case: "This is one of the most horrific cases involving alleged sexual assaults that I have ever seen."


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1. The details of the lawsuit.

Jane Doe is suing Brown and the other defendants for sexual battery, gender violence, assault, battery, interference with exercise of civil rights, Ralph's Civil Rights Act, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence.

On the night of February 23 and morning of February 24, 2017, the plaintiff and her then roommate were at a concert at the nightclub 1 Oak where they met Brown and his friends and were "lured to Brown's residence and repeatedly sexually assaulted while falsely imprisoned in one of the bedrooms of Brown's house."

2. Her phone was confiscated.

The lawsuit claims  the woman and her friend were invited to an after-party at a recording studio to meet Brown and Grissom. When she arrived at the studio her phone was taken away from her on Brown's orders. Jane Doe wanted to leave, so she asked for her phone back.

Grissom refused and told her the group was heading to Brown's house. Doe insists that the was forced to accompany the group in order to get her phone back. 


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3. It was a drug-fueled orgy.

The plaintiff reported that Brown supplied "a copious amount of drugs and/or alcohol" including cocaine, marijuana, and ecstacy to his guests. The lawsuit alleges Brown gave each female guest a clear pill filled with white powder and told the women to "have a good time." The plaintiff claims she did not take any drugs that night. Brown and Grissom then allegedly brought out multiple guns.

4. The police arrived at Brown's house.

At one point, Jane Doe's mom became concerned about where her daughter was. She tracked her phone. Police went to Brown's house but he refused the cops entry to his property.

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5. She was trapped in a bedroom.

Jane Doe claims she was lured to a bedroom upstairs with the promise of being able to use her phone. Once she and the other women entered the room, one of the other women allegedly pushed a couch in front of the door to trap Jane Doe there. Then pornography and loud music were played.

The women were instructed to remove their clothes and take part in sexual activity. Jane Doe refused and one of Brown's female friends reportedly grabbed her and forced her to perform oral sex on Grissom. She alleges one of the woman sat on her face. She was menstruating.


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6. She tried to wash her face.

The court documents state that the plaintiff tried to go to a bathroom to wash the blood off her face. As she attempted to clean off, Grissom allegedly pushed her onto the bed and raped her.

7. She finally got access to a phone.

Jane Doe claimed to have finally been given access to a phone in Brown's laundry room, where she called a ride to pick her up. While she was waiting, Grissom allegedly pushed her down on the washing machine and forcibly raped her again.

8. She went to a rape treatment center.

Once she was freed from Brown's home, the plaintiff went to a rape treatment center and reported the horrific events to the police.

Amy Lamare is a Los Angeles based freelance writer covering entertainment, pop culture, beauty, fashion, fitness, technology, and the intersection of technology, business, and philanthropy. She is deeply devoted to her chocolate Labrador and an avid long distance runner. You can find her on Instagram and Facebook.

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