Woman says she was repeatedly sexually assaulted at singer Chris Brown's home

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Brown is alleged to have supplied his guests with cocaine, molly, and marijuana. It alleges the unidentified woman was at a West Hollywood nightclub on February 23 this year when she was approached to attend an afterparty at Brown's studio.

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She says her phone had been taken away earlier in the night, and Brown's friend forced women to hook up with Chris and another man, named Lowell Grissom.

Doe said a female friend of Brown's grabbed her by the throat, forcing her to perform oral sex on Grissom. She then goes on to claim that Doe X then forced her into a bathroom where the victim made the gruesome discovery that her face was covered in blood from the woman's period.

Doe also alleges that Grissom walked into the bathroom while she was showering, pushed her onto a bed, and raped her. This prompted the plaintiff's mother, who had been trying to reach her daughter for hours, to call the LAPD after she used an app to track her daughter's phone to Brown's home. Following the assault, the victim reported it to the police and visited a rape treatment center.

High-profile women's rights attorney Gloria Allred issued a press release from her law firm today noting that Brown is connected to the case.

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An unnamed woman has sued Chris Brown, claiming she was raped by one of his friends at the singer's home. She refused, according to court papers. Grissom finally gave Doe her phone, and while she waited for a rideshare driver to pick her up, Grissom allegedly raped her again, and when it was over, he opened the gate and let her leave.

The allegations are laid out in a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court against Brown and his pal Lowell Grissom Jr. "When she arrived at the studio, her phone was taken away from her", the attorney said at a press conference outside the downtown Los Angeles courthouse. Allred said that her client "has been severely traumatized by what she was forced to suffer". It targets both Grissom and Brown.

The case accuses the defendants of, among other things, sexual battery, assault and gender violence.

"She does not want any other young woman to endure the violent sexual assaults that she was forced to endure in an environment of guns and drugs".

The unnamed accuser is seeking general and specific damages for the alleged sexual assaults, including up to $50,000 in civil penalties. "When Plaintiff saw that Brown was defiant to even the police, Plaintiff became even more afraid".

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