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A woman who is suing Chris Brown over an alleged rape at his L.A. home is refusing to turn over phone records for court.
According to The Blast, Brown has demanded the woman who goes by Jane Doe in the lawsuit, to hand over her phone to get access to her text messages. Doe is pleading for the judge to not allow Brown to subpoena her device, claiming that it invades her privacy, along with her family, since she is on the same phone plan.
Doe filed court docs in her case against Brown and his friend, Lowell Grissom, on January 7, in which she claims Grissom raped her at the singer’s home last year. Doe claims to have already turned over 600 pages of documents to Brown already, including texts, emails, and medical records. But his legal team reportedly claimed the number of texts Doe did turn over made them concerned about her “veracity including what she said about Mr. Brown in the complaint versus [sic] what is in her messages.”
In addition to that, his legal team claims Doe’s mother appeared to engage in racist tirades against African-Americans in some of the text messages with Doe.
She says all these allegations are mischaracterizations of the messages she has turned over. She is demanding a judge shut down Brown and that his subpoena is thrown out. The case is ongoing.
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