Trey Songz Facing New Sexual Assault Allegations From Two Women

"This is not just a lawsuit, it is a reckoning," the complaint reads.

New allegations of sexual assault have emerged against Trey Songz.

Two women claim that they woke up the morning after a 2015 house party hosted by the R&B singer in California to discover him engaging in "heinous" non-consensual sexual acts.

According to the 17-page complaint, acquired by PEOPLE, "Jane Doe A and Jane Doe B" allege that Songz forced himself upon them following a night in which they were "coercively pressed to drink from unsealed liquor bottles, which were curiously full."

The complaint, detailing the two young women’s experience in 2015, reads, "Trey Songz, cloaked in his celebrity status, believed he could act with impunity. He is wrong."

“Jane Doe A and Jane Doe B came to his Bell Canyon, California residence on August 2, 2015, expecting a celebration. Instead, they were subjected to acts so heinous, so contrary to basic human decency, that they defy comprehension."

TMZ reports that two women claim they met Songz, whose real name is Tremaine Neverson, at one of his concerts in June 2015 and were invited to an afterparty. They say they were later invited to his home in August for his birthday party.

The women allege that they took an Uber to Songz's residence and had to provide a password and surrender their phones for entry. The gathering allegedly consisted mostly of women, with only a few men present.

Despite consuming what they perceived to be a moderate amount of alcohol, the women said they  suddenly felt “intensely intoxicated” and suspected they were drugged. They describe sitting by the pool on a couch, where the singer allegedly intervened and guided them to an upstairs bedroom, where they passed out fully clothed.

One woman claims Songz forced himself on her the following morning and was overpowered when she attempted to resist.

Songz’s attorney Michael Freedman called the complaint "yet another example of nearly decade-old allegations being repurposed to take advantage of California’s constitutionally questionable new look-back window," in a statement to both TMZ and Rolling Stone.

The Virginia native has faced multiple sexual assault allegations over the years. Last February, he was accused of a 2016 rape in a $20 million lawsuit, which his rep called "false." In April, he was cleared of a Vegas assault investigation. In 2020, Songz denied a misconduct claim.

Keke Palmer also alleged in 2017 that Songz used "sexual intimidation" when she starred in his music video.


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