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Chris Brown ‘sued for $20,000,000 for allegedly drugging and raping woman’

Chris Brown has been accused of raping a woman (Picture: Getty Images)

Chris Brown is reportedly being sued for $20million (£14million) for allegedly drugging and raping a woman.

The woman, who says she’s a professional choreographer, dancer, model and musical artist, said in legal documents obtained by TMZ that the rapper urged her to come to fellow artist Diddy’s home on Miami’s Star Island.

She reportedly said that Brown gave her a drink and they started talking. She claimed that, when he refilled her cup, she felt ‘a sudden, unexplained change in consciousness.’

The woman claimed she was ‘disoriented, physically unstable, and started to fall in and out of sleep’ and that Brown took her to a bedroom while she was ‘drugged’ and ‘half-asleep’.

She claims that Brown shut the bedroom door, barring her from leaving, and removed her bikini bottoms before raping her.

The lawsuit goes on to claim that Brown messaged her the next day, demanding that she take Plan B (the morning after pill).

Brown has been followed by controversy over the past two decades (Picture: Getty Images)

Her attorneys, Ariel Mitchell and George Vrabeck, told TMZ that the woman did not report the alleged rape to the police at the time because was a medical student and was embarrassed.

Brown has not responded to the allegations.

The rapper, who recently performed in London for the first time in 12 years, has been followed by controversy over the past two decades, including his 2009 assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna and other legal issues. 

In 2014, Chris spent more than 100 days in prison after violating the terms of his parole which stemmed from the Rihanna incident. 

His ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran also accused him of controlling behaviour following their split in 2015 and later got a restraining order against him.

In June last year, it was reported that the Loyal singer was under investigation for battery but no arrests were made or charges filed. The following month, it was claimed Chris was being sued by a housekeeper who alleged she had been attacked by his dog last December. 

Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Chris Brown for comment.

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