Here's Why This Woman Reportedly Has A Restraining Order Against Trey Songz

ATLANTA, GA - MARCH 02:  Trey Songz attends Trey Songz Private Launch of SX Liquors and Official Concert After Party at Compound on March 2, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage)

Here's Why This Woman Reportedly Has A Restraining Order Against Trey Songz

She's also picked up Blac Chyna's lawyer.

Published March 7, 2018

Last month, a woman accused Virginia’s R&B crooner Trey Songz of assaulting her in L.A. where she said he hit her in the face at a Hollywood Hills party during NBA All-Star Weekend, an assault that landed her in the hospital afterward.

She’s reportedly taking the accusation to new heights after a judge granted her request for a temporary restraining order against Trigga Trey, as reported by The Shade Room in an exclusive conversation with the unnamed woman.

Originally, reports from TMZ held that the Tremaine singer saw her speaking to another man at the party and was immediately pissed off. This led to an argument between the two, and ended in the alleged assault. According to TSR’s further details, the woman reportedly said that she told him to “shut the f**k up” during the dispute that took place in front of everyone. Trigga didn’t take kindly to her statement, and allegedly blew up on her.

“I didn’t let him disrespect me verbally,” TSR reports of her statement. “I was at his party and at his house and he didn’t like it!”

The woman claims that she’s known him for three years only as a friend, but the severity of the alleged hit was brutal. She claims that when she left his party, she had a swollen eye, bruising under the jaw and cut on her forehead and a lump in the back of her head. She’s bringing the alleged assault not only to the court but to the public because she believes there have been other victims.

“I must stand up for other women; stand up for anyone who has been assaulted by someone in the Hollywood scene, and stand up for good-hearted people who care about fraudulent people that call themselves ‘friends,'” she reportedly said. “It is not okay to hit and beat on women and have an entourage or group of fake Hollywood people watch!”

The woman has reportedly picked up famed attorney Lisa Bloom, known for representing other celebrities such as Blac Chyna and one of Usher’s herpes accusers, to take on the case as well.

Trey nor his team have not yet released an official statement on the matter.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Prince Williams/WireImage)


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