Chris Brown has been released by the Parisian police, loudly denying all charges. The investigation will continue, although it is unclear whether past instances will factor in the judgement.
Yesterday, we met the news that Chris Brown (and two further individuals) have been detained in Paris on charges of “aggravated rape” and multiple narcotics offences.
French magazine Closer reported on that an unnamed 24-year-old woman accused Brown of raping her in his suite at Paris’ Mandarin Oriental hotel. The woman told police that she met Brown in a nightclub and that had Brown invited her, along with other women, back to his suite. At a point in the evening, she alleged, she found herself in a room alone with Brown, and it was then that he allegedly raped her. She also said that a friend of Brown’s and his bodyguard also abused her.
Not too long ago, the French prosecutor’s confirmed that the three have been released from custody and that the investigation will continue. Finding a comment from Brown was simple, as he posted a vociferous denial on Instagram, stating: “I WANNA MAKE IT PERFECTLY CLEAR…… THIS IS FALSE … FOR MY DAUGHTER AND MY FAMILY THIS IS SO DISPRESPECTFUL AND IS AGAINST MY CHARACTER AND MORALS!!!!!”
Back in 2009, Brown pleaded guilty to felony assault for attacking his then-partner, Rihanna; she has since been awarded a restraining order, and Brown was ordered to community service and domestic violence counselling. Further to that point, May of 2018 brought a lawsuit and Brown and rapper Young Lo were sued by a woman who alleged she was repeatedly raped, sexually assaulted and imprisoned by Young Lo at Chris Brown’s house.
Last May, Brown, rapper Young Lo and an unknown woman were among those sued by a woman who alleged that she was repeatedly raped, sexually assaulted and falsely imprisoned by Young Lo at Brown’s house in 2017. That particular case also continues.