Chris Brown's Rape Accuser's Statement Is Reportedly Raising Eyebrows, And Here's Why

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Chris Brown's Rape Accuser's Statement Is Reportedly Raising Eyebrows, And Here's Why

Parisian authorities have some questions.

Published January 24, 2019

Earlier this week, Chris Brown was detained in Paris for allegedly raping an unidentified woman. Shortly after, it was reported that the 29-year-old crooner was released with no charges filed and he intended to sue for defamation. Chris took to Instagram to blast the woman’s claims, saying, “this b!tch lyin’” and continued to say that the allegations were against his morals.

Now, sources close to Breezy have stated the Parisian police may agree that the accuser is crying wolf.  TMZ has stated her statement is “almost impossible to believe.”

  1. One source, reportedly, directly involved in the case said, "The weakest part of the case is the alleged victim's statement to police."

    It’s being reported that she stated, “Chris raped her in his hotel suite dressing room” for up to 30 minutes. Afterwards, the woman was allegedly raped two separate time in other rooms by two of his friends. Parisian police aren’t convinced her statement is true because “she never attempted to leave or alert any of the 20 or so people who were in the living room.”

    The accuser's lawyer, Franck Serfati, claimed that she was "under great psychological pressure" from larger, older men, not Chris. According to Serfati, "Brown allegedly cornered her in a room that was locked. There were forced sexual relations and then he went to talk to other men - it was a masculine environment.” 

    Despite these sentiments, TMZ stated that police even apologized for the arrest. Chris is reportedly still in Paris, as a free man. We will keep you updated as more details surface.

Written by Mya Abraham

(Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images)


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