Trey Songz has again been sued for sexual assault.
A woman identified only as Jane Due filed a lawsuit against “Mr.” The “Steal Your Girl” singer went on trial Thursday in federal court for allegedly groping her breasts during an incident in 2013.
In the lawsuit, which was obtained by Page Six, the plaintiff claimed that she first met Songz, 38, at an event where she was performing at Foxwoods’ Resort Casino.
According to court documents, the two “politely thought it might be fun to take a picture” with the “Na Na” singer in the background while they were both inside a Bacardi Gray Goose Vodka-sponsored tent.
However, Doe claimed that Songz “followed her” and was “shocked” to see Songz claim that “she ripped her swimsuit top off, grabbed her breasts and exposed them,” according to the lawsuit. .
Plaintiff’s lawyers allege that their client laughed “nervously” at the showman’s actions to “mask his shock and humiliation”.
Allegedly, Doe then “pulled back” and put his arm across his chest as if “preparing” for another attack.
Plaintiff’s lawyers allege that Songz later “insultingly” chanted “Exposed breast … exposed breast”. TMZ obtained the stock market video confirming these claims.
Doe also accused the “Can’t Help but Wait” singer’s manager, Kevin Liles, and record label Atlantic Records of “lack of control” and “disregard for the safety of attendees” in their client locations. .
According to court documents, the plaintiff experienced “major pain in mind and body, shock, emotional distress, physical manifestations of emotional distress,” among other problems.
His attorney, George Vrabeck, did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
But the lawyer told Rolling Stone on Friday that the alleged attack was “disturbing” and “firmly reminded” that the broader entertainment industry also “must be held accountable.”
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Representatives of Songz, Liles, and Atlantic Records did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
But Michael Freedman, attorney for the “Slow Motion” singer, told TMZ on Friday: “This is yet another example of a decade of claims turned into a federal lawsuit to take advantage of California’s new constitutionally questionable retrospective window.
“We look forward to vindicating Trey on the merits in court.”
Two months ago, Doe fired a legal letter obtained by TMZ, which revealed that the accuser asked Songz to pay him approximately $5 million to drop the case.
Doe is now seeking at least $10 million in damages as the deal is not done.
Alongside this lawsuit, Songz has been involved in a number of legal issues in recent years.
A woman recently sued the “Say Aah” singer for $25 million for rape, according to Vulture. It was first filed in February 2022, and a representative of the musician denied the allegations and, in a separate case, accused the plaintiff’s attorney of “witness tampering”.
Last year, Songz was also under investigation for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman in Las Vegas in 2016, but the investigation was dropped in April 2022 due to lack of evidence.