YourBlackWorld.net, By Victor Trammell, Posted March 29th 2022
Trey Songz was hit with a new lawsuit on February 15 in Los Angeles, California. This is the singer’s third court complaint of sexual assault in recent months.
This latest complaint follows on the heels of numerous other generalized accusations and news media-based speculations of sexual violence committed at the hand of Songz. The most recent plaintiff has filed a lawsuit, which seeks $20 million in damages. Songz and the unnamed woman allegedly shared a casual and “occasionally sexual” connection in the past, according to the legal complaint.
However, the nature of their arrangement went awry on March 24, 2016 — when Songz (born Tremaine Neverson) savagely sodomized her. According to court filings, “Jane Doe” (the alias for the unknown complainant) got the emergency medical treatment she needed shortly after the attack, which took place at a party inside Songz’s West Hills, California estate.
The victim claimed that after taking her to a bedroom on the top floor of the residence, the R&B singer/songwriter transformed into a “violent rapist.” Songz is accused of throwing the woman to the floor, ripping her trousers off, and pinning her below him face down. Afterward, Songz raped the plaintiff anally in a brutal manner, despite her pleas for him to stop, the suit alleges.
After midnight on March 25, 2016, court documents claim that Jane Doe checked herself into Providence Joseph Medical Center’s Emergency Care Unit. A doctor who observed the woman there said her “severe anal tearing could require surgery.” She then reported the crime to local police but failed to name Songz because she “feared for her life.”
Attorney Ariel Mitchell is a member of the legal team, which represents Jane Doe.
However, a member of Songz’s legal team has accused Mitchell of tampering with a witness in another case involving their client. Songz has maintained his innocence, in this case, the same way he has throughout the course of other cases — where he is also being accused of forcefully committing sexual violence against women.
Mitchell and her partner George Vrabeck, told TMZ that more plaintiffs will be coming forward with claims against Songz.