Chris Brown’s Friend Denies Alleged Rape at Singer’s Home
Chris Brown’s friend strongly denies taking part in any sexual activity that was not consensual at the singer’s home.
According to The Blast, court documents state that Chris’ associate, Lowell Grissom finally responded to the allegations filed by a Jane Doe over a lawsuit in 2018 that she filed against him and Brown.
In the court files, Grissom denies any allegations of rape that night and states the plaintiff “consented” to everything. He wants the lawsuit completely dismissed and for the woman to cover his legal fees.
As we reported, the woman states she was at Brown’s home back in 2017, where she was given drugs and alcohol to the point that she couldn’t function. She claims she was then raped by Grissom. Police allegedly arrived at the house after but they were denied entry.
Neither Brown or Grissom have been charged with any type of crime. Chris has also denied the allegations in his own response to the lawsuit and adds that it never mentions he was involved.