Chris Brown Accuser Deemed A Liar As New Evidence Surfaces
The sexual assault case against Chris Brown took a significant turn on Tuesday (March 8) when text messages from the alleged victim were disclosed, throwing doubt on her version of events.
The R&B artist has been accused of drugging and raping a lady (known only as Jane Doe) aboard a boat owned by Diddy in December 2020, prompting a $20 million lawsuit.
According to reports from Miami police, the lady began incessantly contacting Breezy after the alleged event, sending him naked photographs and telling him, “u were honestly the best dick I’ve ever had,” according to the conversations.
Chris Brown has received an outpouring of support on social media as a result of the new knowledge, even from some of his famous colleagues.
According to Chris Brown’s spokesperson, he does not want to talk publicly about the matter since he feels the text conversations speak for themselves. The lawyer for the woman has since stopped representing her due to the latest evidence released. No word yet if the woman will be charged with telling law enforcement false information.
Chris is clearly upset about it all and wants an apology from everyone that talked down on him accusing him of lying and believing the girl instead of giving him the benefit of doubt.
Vrabeck Adams & Co. Inc., the law firm representing Brown, has previously said that he intends to “hold ALL parties responsible so that we may begin to eliminate this conduct from our society.” Our client is entitled to justice. “The same kind of justice that all victims of sexual assault are entitled to.”