In spite of the many reasons fans tried to cancel Chris Brown in the past, the R&B crooner is now a reformed father who lays low, makes music and minds his business. However, that doesn't mean that his legal troubles are behind him.
Back in May, a woman identified solely as Jane Doe, claimed she was raped and held hostage in the "Privacy" singer's Los Angeles home by his friend Lowell Grissom Jr. In spite of the woman filing a lawsuit against him, Breezy is seeking the charges be dropped because "he’s not personally responsible for any harm done to her as she never stated in the claims that he harmed her, let alone touched her, nor did he threaten or pose violence against her either," according to several reports.
The woman feels Chris orchestrated the alleged ordeal while his defense stated he was "occupied with pornography and performing sexual acts with women" and can't be involved. Now, according to documents obtained by The Blast, the woman wants a Los Angeles judge to sign off on "a protective order prohibiting Brown from videotaping her while at his house."
She wants to prevent him from recording because it's simply to "harass and intimidate" her. Breezy's team is seeking to stop the protective motion from being filed. Their statement reads, “we want to make sure the home is protected, and our client is protected. Your client has already made false accusations against Mr. Brown, so we want to simply videotape the premises and inspection as it is being conducted to make sure your client doesn’t make up further false allegations against Mr. Brown."
Chris Brown is also being charged with two counts of having a restricted species without a permit, a case that came to light earlier this year about his pet monkey, Fiji. If convicted, he could be facing six months in jail. The 29-year-old singer is set to appear in court on February 6, 2019.
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