Chris Brown is clapping back after a woman hit him with a $20 million lawsuit alleging he raped her at a party back in 2020. As we previously reported, the woman filed the suit against Chris claiming he forced himself on her on a yacht in Miami, and allegedly forced her to take a plan b pill.
While Chris has been keeping a low profile in regard to the suit, it seems an exclusive report by Radar Online prompted him to speak out on Tuesday. Radar revealed alleged text messages between Chris and the unidentified woman, which show many instances of the two having friendly conversations. Chris even agreed to meet up with her according to some of the alleged texts. In one of the screenshots, the woman sent a voice note, which Chris seemingly played on his IG story.
Prior to sending the voice message, the woman allegedly sent Chris a message saying, “U were honestly the best **** I’ve had. I just want it again. Why u playing with meeee lol.” The woman proceeds to say the following in the note:
“You’re giving me mixed signals. You’re like reading my messages and stuff and you haven’t blocked me yet so I’m guessing you don’t hate me. I just wanna see you again. I mean just answer the phone, you just hung up. Just let me know like if you want me to leave you alone I will but I really just wanna f*ck with you again.”
According to the screenshots acquired by Radar, the voice message was allegedly sent on August 23, 2021, nearly 8 months after the alleged rape occurred.
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Along with the video, Chris Brown shared that his legal team will be taking action against the woman in a statement of his own.
“No more digging me through the mud,” he wrote. “CLEARLY YOU CAN ALL SEE THE CAP. Now let’s see if the media will keep that same energy they had trying to destroy me, to run the real story. Me and my team are taking legal action on this situation. Don’t play with people lives like that. Thx Team Breezy…”
To view all the alleged text messages, head over to Radar Online!
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