Chris Brown Accused Of Harassing Alleged Victim In Rape Lawsuit: Report


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Jane Doe has requested the choose for a protecting order stopping Brown from videotaping her through the proposed inspection of his dwelling. Doe has requested the choose to log out on a request to examine Chris Brown’s dwelling the place the alleged rape occurred. Doe needs to get photographic and video proof in addition to every other proof she must construct her case.

Doe claims that her lawyer has been trying to work one thing out to ensure that her to undergo with the inspection, however Brown needs permission to videotape her whereas she’s in his home. She argues that Brown’s request to videotape her is to attempt to “harass and intimidate” her whereas she’s at his dwelling. The singer’s lawyer informed Doe’s lawyer that they wished to ensure their consumer is protected against additional “false allegations.”

“We need to make sure that the house is protected, and our consumer is protected. Your consumer has already made false accusations in opposition to Mr. Brown, so we need to merely videotape the premises and inspection as it’s being performed to ensure your consumer doesn’t make up additional false allegations in opposition to Mr. Brown,” the singer’s lawyer stated.

The case is presently ongoing.