Chris Brown has publicly responded to the woman who is suing him for $20 million about their encounter on a yacht in Miami Beach in December 2021.
In the suit filed on Jan. 27 in Los Angeles, the still unidentified petitioner accuses the rapper of drugging her, sexually assaulting her, and then forcing her to take a Plan B (abortion) pill, which she said she did.
On Wednesday, the singer showed his followers texts that “Jane Doe” allegedly sent as well as a voicemail to illustrate their months-long relationship was consensual and their rendezvous on the boat was not rape.
One of the screenshots, dated Aug. 26, 2021, shows emoji filled messages pleading to see the rapper: “Missing U, “U were honestly the best I’ve had lol” and “I just want it again.”
Brown also had a friend play a voicemail that is allegedly from her: “I just want to see you again … just let me know,” a female says. “If you want me to leave you alone, I will. But I really just wanna f—k the s–t again.”
A statement from Jane Doe’s lawyer told TMZ that she dropped the case because her client did not disclose the existence of the messages.
Now Brown may turn the tables and sue her: “No more dragging me through the mud,” he wrote. “Me and my team are taking legal action on this situation. You don’t play with people’s lives like that.”
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