Chris Brown, who is now facing a $20 million lawsuit for allegedly rapping a woman in 2020, has had a series of surprising discoveries in the previous few days.
The woman filed the lawsuit lately, stating that Brown forced himself on her, but her accusations may have come to a halt, and Chris wants an apology!
Brown pulled out some receipts on the anonymous woman claiming damages for the alleged crime, as we previously reported. After the woman’s text conversations were released online, Chris shared a voice voicemail he supposedly received from her, in which she claimed wanted to have sex with him again.
As a result of the text messages and voice notes being leaked, the woman’s lawyer, Ariel Mitchell, reportedly withdrew her as a client. Mitchell was reportedly unaware that her client had spoken with Chris in this manner.
Despite the fact that the matter has yet to be heard in court, Chris Brown believes he has entitled to an apology from everyone who first accepted the charges. On Wednesday, he stated as much in an Instagram post.
“Damn, you guys owe me an apology…
He wrote, “I won’t hold my breath waiting for it.”
Chris refuted the allegations when the lawsuit was first reported in January. He claimed that the allegations surfaced simply when he is about to release new music, which he alleges has been a pattern throughout his career.
Chris Brown’s tenth studio album, ‘Breezy,’ is expected to be released later this year.