Chris Brown's former employee is accusing the singer of blowing off her lawsuit over an alleged vicious dog attack that went down at his home.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, Patricia Avila, who cleaned the pop star's Tarzana mansion with her sister, believes she is entitled to a $1 million default judgment.
Avila says she properly served Brown with notice of the lawsuit but he hasn't bothered to show up to court.
The breakdown of her request is $1 million for the emotional distress she suffered, $1k for medical expenses, $24k in loss of earnings, and an unknown amount for future loss of earnings.
In her lawsuit, Avila says she cleaned Brown’s home twice a week for $600 a day. His two dogs, Zeus and Hades, were at the home when she cleaned.
She said the animals were usually kept in separate rooms. However, on December 12, 2020, Avila says Brown’s Caucasian Shepherd Ovcharka got out.
In the suit, she claims the dog viciously attacked her sister in the backyard and bite her in the face. Avila says she found her sister, “covered in blood while she was screaming and crying for help.”
The victim was =missing 3-4 inches of skin from her left arm and had bite marks on her legs. The singer called 911 and the housekeeper was rushed to the hospital where she underwent multiple surgeries.
Avila, was suffered no injuries, says the experience caused her to suffer severe PTSD and caused her to lose weight from the anxiety. She blames Brown for not keeping his home safe while they worked.
Brown is also facing a separate lawsuit brought by Avila's sister.
Last month, the pop star did receive good news after learning he would not be prosecuted over an alleged assault.