The woman suing Chris Brown over an alleged rape at his home is demanding the singer’s friend hand over his cell phone records.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Jane Doe accuses Brown’s friend, who she accuses of sexually assaulting her, of refusing to turn over information in the legal battle.
As The Blast first reported, in her lawsuit the woman claims she ended up at Brown’s Tarzana home back in February 2017 after a night of clubbing. She claims the singer plied her with drugs like cocaine, Molly and marijuana before his friend Lloyd Grissom committed sexual assault. Brown denies all wrongdoing.
In newly filed court documents, Doe is demanding Grissom be ordered to produce his cell phone records from the night the alleged assault took place.
Her motion reads, “This is a motion about holding Defendant Grissom and his counsel responsible for their stonewalling tactics. It is undisputed that Defendant Grissom has no objection to Plaintiff’s subpoena to his cell phone carrier for his cell phone records from February 23, 2017 and February 24, 2017. In fact, in response to Plaintiff’s notice to consumer of her intent to subpoena Defendant Grissom’s phone records, Defendant Grissom’s attorney stated that he believed that the defense had already subpoenaed these records and that he would be “happy to turn them over.”
Further, “Despite being “happy to turn them over,” Defendant Grissom has failed to timely execute the required written release to effectuate Plaintiff’s subpoena to Defendant Grissom’s cell phone carrier, Sprint, for these records.”
She wants Grissom to have to sign a release allowing his cell phone records to be given to her. “She also requests this Court to issue $6,945 in sanctions against Defendant and his counsel for failing to respond to meet-and-confer efforts for a month and for failing to provide an executed release in a timely manner despite not asserting any objections.”
A judge has yet to rule.
In her lawsuit, the woman also claims Brown walked around brandishing firearms, including one that he allegedly carried in his waistband. She sued using Jane Doe seeking unspecified damages. Brown has denied all allegations of wrongdoing.
Earlier this year, Doe and Brown were in court fighting over the singer’s private cell phone number. She argued he should be not given special treatment because of his celebrity. She believed the records would help her build her case for trial.
A Los Angeles judge sided with Doe and ordered Brown to provide his cell phone number to the woman.
Brown had to hand over all numbers he used since February 23, 2017 until present. The singer had tried to argue against turning it over to Doe, saying she only wanted it to harass him.
The judge disagreed saying Brown’s cell phone number is relevant to the lawsuit. The case is ongoing.
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