According to reports, a woman going by the name of Jane Doe has filed a $20 million lawsuit against the popular American artist Chris Brown, accusing him of raping her. Following R-conviction Kelly's for the same crime last year, this is yet another American artist who would be accused of rape.
Rape trials are becoming more common among American musicians, as more and more victims of this heinous act come forward to seek restitution in a legal setting.
According to a post published online just a few hours ago, a woman named as Jane Doe, a dancer and choreographer, has filed a lawsuit against the American musician Chris Brown, alleging that he raped her. She is seeking $20 million in damages from Chris Brown.
In accordance with reports, the woman said that Chris Brown brought her to his yacht, where she was given a mixed drink and then allegedly raped by the singer. The lady had already given some documents to the court of law to support her claims when they were first heard.
Apparently, this is not the first time a woman has come forward to allege that a musician has raped or abused her. Some singers' irresponsible behavior has resulted in the end of their professional careers. The case is currently before a court of law, and it is likely that the singer will be judged guilty or not in the near future.
If Chris Brown is found guilty, he will be the second most respected American singer in the world, and he will disappoint his fans all across the world.
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