Chris Brown’s alleged assault victim has a history of making “false allegations” of “violence," according to her past roommate. RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that Baylee Curran obtained a restraining order against a friend, only to let it expire with no prosecution.
Tuesday, Curran accused Brown of threatening her with a gun, and he was subsequently arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. But back in 2013, she was making claims of “violence” against then-roommate, Princeton Roseborough.
“She was my roommate and also made false allegations against me that resulted in a restraining order that forced me out of my own home for a month,” Roseborough wrote in a public Facebook post Wednesday night.
Indeed, according to court documents obtained by Radar, Curran requested a temporary restraining order against Roseborough in California on October 1, 2013, citing “domestic violence.”
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However, the case was ultimately dismissed on October 23, for lack of prosecution. Curran, 25, did not immediately respond to Radar's request for comment.
“She never even took her allegations seriously enough to show up in court when it came time to,” Roseborough claimed.
"Whole thing went away, didn’t have merit, but my whole life was still turned upside down for a month. She’s been pulling this BS for years now.”
He said, “Never hated a girl so much in my life.”
Curran called 911 after partying with Brown, 27, in the early hours of Tuesday morning, claiming he brandished a gun at her. After a tense standoff with cops, he was arrested later that day, but Brown and his supporters insist he is innocent.
He has been released on $250,000 bail.