Woman Dismisses $20 Million Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against Trey Songz
Well, here goes one sexual assault lawsuit Trey Songz won’t have to worry about–at least for now. According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, a woman who filed a $20 million suit against the singer in February won’t be moving forward. Described as Jane Doe in the docs, the woman said she wants the “entire action” dismissed. However, she did not close the door to refiling the suit at a later date.
Jane Doe told her sexual assault story in February with the help of attorneys Ariel Mitchell and George Vrabeck. Though Trey denied the accusations, the woman described a consensual sexual relationship that went the opposite direction at a party.
Woman Describes The Alleged Anal Rape
The woman said she attended a Los Angeles house party with Trey on March 24, 2016. While there, Jane Doe and Trey reportedly agreed to have consensual sex and headed to the upper level of the home. Trey allegedly requested to “get that a**.” Jane Doe said she told Trey no and warned him to stop asking.
But per her story, Trey was set on his request. Once inside a room, he allegedly threw the woman on the floor, ripped her clothes off, and forced his penis into her anus. Jane Doe also shared that the rape continued even after someone briefly opened and closed the room door.
After the attack, Jane Doe said she grabbed her clothes, minus her underwear, and exited the home to call an Uber. Once in the car, the driver reportedly rerouted her journey to a nearby hospital.
According to Jane Doe, the exam performed at the hospital showed “severe anal tearing that could require surgery.” Though police spoke to her after the rape, she said she did not name Trey out of “shock and fearing for her life.”
Trey Songz Denies The Rape Accusation
After the woman filed the suit, Trey and his team responded to the allegations. Their focus was on one of two of Jane Doe’s attorneys, Ariel Mitchell. At the time, Trey’s reps were claiming that Ariel was involved in witness tampering in a Miami-based sexual assault case.
“The allegations set forth in this latest suit are emphatically false and yet another desperate attempt to shift the focus off of the real story, which is that these lawyers were caught trying to pay off a witness in another one of their sham cases,” the statement said. “One of the attorneys currently has an open bar complaint against them and will do anything they can to try and make a quick buck. This behavior is completely unacceptable and shows a complete lack of regard for real victims of sexual assault.”
At this time it’s unclear if the woman plans to refile anytime soon. However, her suit isn’t the first or second assault accusation Trey has faced in the last few years. If you’ll recall, former college basketball player Dylan Gonzalez accused Trey of being a rapist in a 2021 tweet–a claim he also denied.
In April, the Las Vegas Metro Police Department cleared the singer of another sexual assault accusation that allegedly took place in November 2021.
Trey has yet to respond to today’s dismissal.
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