Woman obtains a temporary restraining order against Chris Brown, says: "He stalks me. He keeps hitting me"
This isn't the first accusation regarding abuse. After the widely publicised Rihanna incident in 2009, just last month, a woman claimed that she was raped in his home.
Chris Brown seems to be in legal trouble again. The Blast reported that the singer has been slapped with a temporary restraining order after he allegedly stalked, harassed and physically hurt a woman whose first name is Cassandra, according to a court filing from the LA Superior Court. He has been, yet again, involved in an abuse allegation.
The report was filed on June 13 and according to the order, Brown must keep his distance from the woman - a distance of at least 100 yards. The request was made for 200 yards, the court modified the order. The report also said that 24-year-old Cassandra also is mulling over filing a police complaint about the ongoing harassment.
"It happens at random times. He stalks me," she has stated adding that he also "keeps hitting me." The two had reportedly met at one of the house parties hosted by the singer and rapper. Both Brown and Cassandra will appear before the court on July 3, so that the order can be made more "permanent" lasting for a period of five years. The incident is still being investigated.
This isn't the first accusation regarding abuse. In 2009 when he got into a public fight with then-girlfriend Rihanna the night before the Grammys at a party, eventually pleading guilty to felony assault. He was also accused of punching a woman in the face in Las Vegas after she tried to take his picture. And in 2016, Brown was arrested by Los Angeles police after hours-long standoff at his home, where a woman alleged that he pointed a gun at her face.
In 2017, thirty-two-year-old Lizianne Gutierrez, a model won a civil lawsuit against the rapper after she claimed that he attacked her in a Las Vegas hotel room. Brown initially denied the allegations but reached an agreement once Gutierrez stepped up her claim by suing for defamation when Brown posted a video saying that she was "too ugly" to have been invited to his party.
After the widely publicised Rihanna incident, just last month, a woman claimed that she was raped in his home. On May 9, he was a part of a battery lawsuit that involved a woman alleging that "she was imprisoned in Brown's home" and that he "prevented from accessing her cell phone and that she was raped by one of his acquaintances."
He was also accused of reportedly pushing drugs and alcohol on female guests in the parties that he hosts. "Jane Doe", as she is known, made the claim said that Brown's pal, Lowell Grissom raped her, not once but multiple times in documents filed by attorney Gloria Allred on February 2017. The lawsuit accuses Brown of sexual battery, gender violence, battery, assault, hate violence, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence.
Allred documents that they met while partying at 1 Oak nightclub in Los Angeles with Brown. Post the party, they left for Brown's home for an after-party. She then claimed that their phones were seized and then Brown pushed them to take "cocaine, 'Molly,' and marijuana". She also revealed that she allegedly saw the rapper and his friend Lowell Grissom with "multiple guns in the house." Brown is said to have waved the gun, that he kept tucked into his waistband, around.
The party is said to have moved on to his bedroom and then to stop anyone from escaping, Brown asked Lowell to "push a couch in front of the bedroom door". She added that Brown played porn on his television in an attempt to "create a hyper-sexualized" situation. He is then said to have stripped down before proceeding with sexual activities with the females in the room.
The document also claims that Doe and another female guest refused to be a part of the activities and wanted to exit but were refused. She also claims that another one of Brown's guests sat on her face after she caught her by the neck and forcing her into oral sex.
In shocking detail, this document revealed that the woman who held her neck was on her periods and she found herself covered in blood later. While this was happening, Grissom is said to have molested her before eventually raping her a number of times.
She states that the police arrived when her mum tracked her phone. The documents also say that when the cops showed up, Brown did not let them enter. He is said to have asked his gang to hide all the guns when the police initially knocked on their door. After Doe escaped, she is said to have filed a report.
At a press meet, Allred said that Doe "filed this lawsuit because she wants justice for herself, but she also wants to warn other young women about the potential danger to themselves if they have their phone taken away and if they go to Chris Brown's house."