Miami Police Are Investigating Allegations From A Second Woman

Miami Beach Police Are Investigating Allegations From A Second Woman Claiming Chris Brown Assaulted Her In 2020

According to reports obtained by NBC6, the Miami Beach Police are investigating assault allegations made by a second woman who claims she was involved in a 2020 incident with Chris Brown. If you recall, we reported recently that the first initial woman filed a lawsuit last month after she claimed she was drugged and raped by the singer while at a party on a yacht that was docked near Diddy’s home on Dec. 30, 2020.

Police reports obtained Wednesday show the second victim was at the same party but decided to leave because she was not comfortable. The report continued stating two days later, the same woman, along with a friend, was invited to meet at Chris’ Miami Beach hotel suite when he approached her and allegedly shoved one of his fingers in her mouth, which had a white powdery substance on it.

The woman said after that, she blacked out for several hours and woke up in the suite without her friends or cellphone. Following the incident, the woman filed a report with Miami Beach Police after learning about a lawsuit filed in January by the initial woman at the same party she left. Attorney Ariel Mitchell represents both women in a lawsuit and spoke to NBC 6 on her client’s behalf. “Unfortunately, we live in a world where time and time again, from Harvey Weinstein to Jeffery Epstein to R Kelly, we’ve seen these things happen,” said Attorney Mitchell.

Following the newest allegations against Chris, the “Iffy” singer hasn’t spoken out just yet. As we previously reported, when the initial claim came out, he shared a message to his Instagram story saying the civil lawsuit filed against him was a lie. Roommates, we’ll continue to update ya’ll ass the information becomes available.

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