elliot-wolf - January 24, 2019
Chris Brown was reportedly detained in Paris after a woman filed a rape complaint with French police.Brown was detained by police on Monday along with two other people on potential charges of aggravated rape and drug infractions. He remained in custody until Tuesday, though investigators could have held him for two more days.
In an interview with French magazine Closer, the woman, identified only as Karima, said that Brown dragged her into a hotel closet and launched a “brutal and violent” attack on her for a half-hour. “It’s still too difficult for me to explain in detail what he did to me,” she said. “But it was brutal and violent. He was menacing and aggressive. I was very afraid.”
She said that she managed to leave when she told Brown that she had classes the next day and began to cry. He gave her back her cell phone, and she left, eventually going to police two days later.
On Instagram, Brown denied the charges writing: “I WANNA MAKE IT PERFECTLY CLEAR …… THIS IS FALSE AND A WHOLE LOT OF CAP! NNNNNNNNEEEEEEEEEEVVVVVVVVVVEEEEEERRRRRR!!!!!! FOR MY DAUGHTER AND MY FAMILY THIS IS SO DISPRESPECTFUL AND IS AGAINST MY CHARACTER AND MORALS!!!!!”
According to TMZ, Brown plans to sue the woman for defamation.
Chris has been released without being charged and I’m honestly not surprised. He likes to tussle with women without their consent. But stuffing his baguette in their croissant is where he draws the line. Just not his cup of tea. It’s ungentlemanly. It’s not like he’s been flying straight ever since he slam dunked Rihanna’s face into the rearview mirror, but his problems mostly stem from poorly managed anger. If she had instead stated Chris kicked her down several flights of stairs like he was Eddy Gordo from Tekken, it would have been more believable. She’d have to throw herself down several flights of stairs so the injuries match up but at least she’d have a better shot at that settlement she was chasing instead of being sued by Brown for slander.
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