Chris Brown worked hard to make himself one of the decorated artists in the hip-hop industry. He has managed to keep himself relevant over the years, despite being a very controversial figure. Chris Brown’s former housekeeper has recently sued the singer for tens of millions of dollars, alleging that he left her injured in a pool of blood while attempting to cover up a dog attack.
The former employee has told the court of the sum she wants Brown to pay as part of her case, according to court documents acquired by Radar. Brown’s former housekeeper sued in July 2021 over an alleged attack by the singer’s dog at his Tarzana, California property. The event occurred on December 12, 2020, according to the employee, who filed the lawsuit under the alias Jane Doe.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, the former employee has informed the court of the amount she wants Brown to pay up as part of her lawsuit — $71 million.
She claimed she was never told that Brown would let enormous “vicious biting, killer attack dogs” to be around her. He allegedly let his Caucasian Orvchake/Caucasian Shepherd dog, Hades, wander free without a lease. She claimed in the lawsuit that she went to empty the garbage when the dog appeared out of nowhere and attacked her “viciously and brutally.”
She claimed the animal began biting her face, arms, and other portions of her body “savagely.” Doe claimed that the dog took significant portions of her skin from her face and arms. Doe said she was bleeding severely and “barely able to see as blood” covered her eyes, face, and body as she lay on the floor.
Brown approached her and talked on his phone. She claimed she overheard him ordering his security to round up all of the dogs and remove them from the premises. Brown allegedly told his security crew to destroy evidence and escape the area.
She said she was still bleeding and had massive portions of skin missing from her face and body. She stated that she was afraid of dying. Brown and his staff had the dog taken to a site where the singer had Hades disposed of. When authorities contacted Brown, Doe said he acknowledged to owning Hades and claimed responsibility. Chris Brown has yet to respond to the lawsuit.
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