Chris Brown Rape Accuser’s Attorney Withdraws From Case Following Explicit Text Messages Leak


An attorney for Chris Brown’s rape accuser has reportedly withdrawn from the case less than 24 hours after several of the accuser’s text messages were leaked. According to TMZ, Ariel Mitchell’s client (only identified as Jane Doe) didn’t tell her about the messages she’d sent to Brown in the wake of the alleged assault.

After the texts were published on Radar Online, Brown headed to Instagram where he exposed an old voicemail from the woman in which she said, “I just want to see you again … just let me know. If you want me to leave you alone, I will. But I really just wanna fuck the shit again.”

He added in his Instagram Stories, “No more dragging me through the mud. CLEARLY YOU CAN ALL SEE THE [blue cap emoji].  Now let’s see if the media will keep that same energy they had trying to destroy me, to run the real story. Me and my team are taking legal action on this situation. You don’t play with people’s lives like that.”

Chris Brown was accused of sexual assault by a woman who says he drugged and raped her on a yacht docked outside of Diddy’s home in December 2020.

In the string of messages allegedly provided by the Miami police, the women sent nude selfies and told Brown he was the “best dick” she ever had. The messages also revealed Brown suggested the woman get a Plan B to prevent a possible pregnancy to which she said, “Oh shit ok I will.” Brown replied, “I definitely didn’t bust inside ya…just was hella faded so I wanted to be sure.”

After not hearing from Brown for awhile, she text him with her new number and told him she’d relocated to Los Angeles, where Brown lives.

“Missing u (sic),” she said in a message nearly nine months after the Miami encounter. “U [sic] were honestly the best —- I’ve had (emoji) lol I just want it again. Why are you playing with meee [sic] lol.”

As Brown noted, he plans on taking legal action against the woman. In a statement sent to HipHopDX, Chris Brown’s publicist said he didn’t want to publicly address the case but believes the text messages speak for themselves.

Brown’s attorney George Vrabeck of Vrabeck Adams & Co. Inc. said previously he intended “to hold ALL parties accountable so that we might begin to eradicate this behavior from our society. Our client deserves justice. The same justice that all victims of sexual abuse deserve.”