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‘Scared & Intimidated’ Woman Sues Chris Brown For Sexual Assault & Battery

May. 9 2018, Published 7:25 p.m. ET

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A Los Angeles woman has sued Chris Brown for sexual battery and assault after alleging she was repeatedly raped and trapped inside of his home and held against her will.

RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained the explosive court documents where a plaintiff referred to as “Jane Doe” accused Brown, Lowell Grissom Jr., also known as recording artist Young Lo, and does 1-50 of a total of eight charges.

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According to the lawsuit, Jane Doe is suing the defendants for sexual battery, gender violence, battery, assault, interference with exercise of civil rights, Ralph’s Civil Rights Act, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence.

The plaintiff alleges the singer and his friends acted maliciously on the night of February 23, 2017 to the early morning hours of February 24, 2017. The woman claims she and her then-roommate attended 1 Oak nightclub and were “lured to Brown’s residence and repeatedly sexually assaulted while falsely imprisoned in one of the bedrooms of Brown’s house.”

The women were directed to turn in their cell phones and deprived of leaving his residence, according to the court docs.

Plaintiff said the horrific acts began with Brown supplying “a copious amount of drugs and/or alcohol” including cocaine, molly and marijuana to his guests. Plaintiff said Brown “handed each female guest, including Plaintiff a clear pill filled with white powder” and told the females to “have a good time.”

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The plaintiff, represented by famed attorney Gloria Allred, claimed to have declined the drugs. The woman then alleges Brown and Grissom brandished “multiple guns in the house.”

During this time, the plaintiff’s mother grew concerned of her whereabouts and tracked her phone. Police arrived to Brown’s house, however, the “Loyal” singer “refused to open the gate and denied the police access onto his property," the plaintiff alleged.

Jane Doe then alleged that Brown and his friends ordered the women to a bedroom of Brown’s home with four beds and directed them to “take off their clothes and ‘hook up’ with Brown and Grissom.”

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According to the lawsuit, Brown “played pornography loudly to create a hyper-sexualized environment in the sealed bedroom.”

The plaintiff, who claimed to have declined performing sexual acts, was “violently grabbed by the throat and forced to perform oral sex on Grissom.”

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The woman then claimed a female defendant “pushed Plaintiff down on to one of the beds in the room and literally sat on top of the Plaintiff’s face.”

The lawsuit alleges Jane Doe was “sexually battered by two people at the same time” as she was forced to perform oral sex on a female who was “menstruating” while Grissom molested the plaintiff’s lower half of her body.

The lawsuit claimed the plaintiff was in a “state of shock and horror” after retrieving to a bathroom and finding blood all over her face. As she attempted to clean off in a shower, the plaintiff claimed Grissom then “pushed her down onto the bed and raped her.”

The woman claimed to have finally received access to her cell phone, where she called a car to pick her up. While waiting for her ride, Grissom “held plaintiff down against the washing machine and forcibly raped her again.”

The plaintiff alleges she went to a rape treatment center after the horrific events.

As Radar readers know, Brown’s career has been marred by violence and domestic abuse after he was found guilty of striking ex-girlfriend Rihanna in the face during a bloody brawl in 2009.

Then in 2016, Brown was also accused of threatening a woman with a gun in his Los Angeles home.

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