Trey Songz accused of rape by third alleged victim in new lawsuit
A third accuser filed a $20 million lawsuit against the singer on Tuesday, according to The Daily Beast
Warning: This story includes graphic sexual language that may be triggering or upsetting.
The list of women accusing R&B star Tremaine Neverson, aka Trey Songz, of sexual assault continues to grow.
On Tuesday, a third accuser filed a $20 million lawsuit against the singer, claiming he anally raped her on March 24, 2016 in California, according to a copy of the complaint obtained by The Daily Beast, which published a detailed report on Wednesday.
In her complaint, the anonymous accuser, referred to as “Jane Doe,” claimed Songz’s rape was “so brutal” that it required her to get “immediate emergency medical care,” the news site reported.
“Trey Songz invited Plaintiff Jane Doe ‘upstairs,’” the suit said, according to The Daily Beast. “Plaintiff Jane Doe believed she would have consensual sex with the Defendant Trey Songz as they previously have had. On the way up the stairs, Defendant Trey Songz repeatedly asked Plaintiff Jane Doe if Defendant could ‘get that a—.’ Plaintiff Jane Doe repeatedly told Defendant Trey Songz NO and to stop asking.”
The lawsuit said Songz almost immediately turned “into a savage rapist,” after he and the alleged victim entered the bedroom, The Daily Beast reported.
“Trey Songz threw Plaintiff Jane Doe to the ground, ripped Plaintiff Jane Doe’s pants off, pinned Plaintiff Jane Doe down face first and forced [his] penis into Plaintiff’s anus without Plaintiff Jane Doe’s consent,” the suit claims, according to The Daily Beast.
The alleged victim “screamed in pain” and “begged” Songz to stop, according to the lawsuit.
“Plaintiff Jane Doe tried to fight Defendant Trey Songz off her, but was overpowered by Defendant Trey Songz,” the suit said, according to The Daily Beast.
During the alleged rape, the lawsuit said another person entered the room, but left quickly while the attack continued. The accuser said she called an Uber to take her home after the alleged assault, but the driver saw she was in “clear distress and rerouted Plaintiff Jane Doe to the nearest hospital.”
A representative for Songz did not immediately respond on Wednesday to multiple requests for comment from theGrio. A spokesperson for the singer told TMZ that “the allegations in this complaint are false.”
“Trey looks forward to having the facts fully aired,” the rep told TMZ.
This is just the latest sexual assault allegation made against Songz recently. In January, former University of Las Vegas basketball player Dylan Gonzalez accused the singer of raping her previously at a well-known Las Vegas hotel in a Twitter post.
In 2020, an anonymous woman sued Songz for $10 million, claiming he assaulted her at a Miami nightclub in January 2018, as theGrio reported previously.
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