An unidentified woman has filed a lawsuit against Chris Brown and two others after she was allegedly held down and sexually assaulted in the singer’s home.
The woman, who goes by Jane Doe in court documents obtained by The Blast, claims Brown held a party in his home on Feb. 23, 2017, in which his friend, Lowell Grissom Jr., also known as Young Lo, and an unnamed woman, “Doe X,” forcibly held her down and forced her to perform sexual acts.
She is suing the trio for sexual battery, battery, assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress among other charges. A rep for Brown did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
However, the singer’s lawyer Mark Geragos told TMZ the woman’s lawyer, Gloria Allred, sought $17 million, and he denied Brown had done anything.
“In another era, we might have called this a shakedown,” Geragos said of the lawsuit. “None of these allegations are true. Nobody has done anything with this… there’s no case here. Chris is a target.”
In her complaint, Jane Doe alleges she met Grissom at 1Oak nightclub in Los Angeles on Feb. 23 and he invited her and her then-roommate to an afterparty at a recording studio.
Upon arriving at the recording studio, Grissom allegedly took away both of their cell phones before they could enter, she claims.
The two were led inside where Jane Doe says she witnessed several people drinking alcohol and taking drugs, which caused her to ask to leave. Grissom allegedly denied her request and refused to return her cell phone and took her and her then-roommate to Brown’s home along with other women at the party.