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Chris Brown To Drag Alleged Rape Victim To Court for Defamation

by Ayodeji Lateef
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Following the unfortunate lawsuit that is now off Chris Brown’s chest, the artist is considering suing his alleged rape victim for defamation. Earlier on, it was reported that the Loyal hitmaker had ostensibly raped a girl during his Paris performance. The said lady, who also happens to be a 24-year-old model claims that Brown lured her into his hotel room and raped her pugnaciously.

However, Chris’ account of the story differs from what the model told the authorities. Mr. Brown maintained that after the show he proceeded to his hotel room’s living room and was listening to music on his iPhone in the company of 20 people. In his own words, at no time did he stay alone in the company of his female accomplices. The artist was later to be released on Tuesday as his Parisian Lawyer, Raphael Chiche insisted that they were going to file a defamation lawsuit tomorrow.

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This incidence comes at a time when Chris Brown was named one of the youngest American artists to ever own their Master recordings fully. The momentous masters deal now puts the singer miles ahead of his peers. Speaking to his fans, daughter, and family, Chris upheld that all the rape accusations were false and that the said rape victim was just out to soil his reputation.

Coming at a time when Americans are very skeptical about celebrity violence on women, this issue has attracted a lot of chatter even from renowned artists like TI.  Just the other day the Surviving R. Kelly documentary almost ruined R. Kelly’s future in music.

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