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By Lisa Richwine

LOS ANGELES (Reuters), A woman named Unnamed has sued Chris Brown, claiming that he drugged her and raped it on a Florida boat in December 2020. The lawsuit seeks $20M in damages.

Jane Doe (a choreographer and musician) filed a civil suit on Thursday. She claimed that Brown invited her to Star Island in Florida where she met Sean Combs. The filing stated that she boarded a yacht with Brown and took Brown’s invitation to have a drink, as she talked about her career.

The lawsuit claims that the woman felt dizzy and unsteady after having a second drink. The lawsuit stated that Brown pulled her to her bedroom, took off her bikini bottoms, and had sex in her absence.

Brown (32-years old) and his two representatives, did not respond immediately to our request for comment.

Writing on Instagram, Brown said: “Whenever I’m releasing music or projects, ‘THEY’ try to pull some real bulls–t,” and included a blue cap emoji, which is used as slang for lies.

Brown was accused of assaulting Rihanna while they were together in 2009. The incident made international headlines after Rihanna posted a picture of Brown’s bruised face.

Brown is also being accused by a woman of raping her at a Paris hotel in 2019 Brown denied making the allegations and filed a complaint for defamation against her accuser. The singer denied the allegation and filed a defamation complaint against the accuser.

The woman claims that Brown called her on the morning of the incident, and asked her for an emergency contraceptive prescription to avoid any pregnancy.

After that meeting, Brown saw her twice more according to the complaint. According to the complaint, Brown became angry after she refused him an invitation into her bedroom.

Plaintiff Los Angeles Superior Court stated that the woman suffered from “dramatic mood swings,” loss of appetite, panic attacks, and self-harm. She seeks a jury trial as well as $20 million in damages.

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