R&B singer Trey Songz is facing yet another lawsuit over allegations of sexual assault. The latest lawsuit involves an incident that reportedly took place at a pool party outside a casino in Connecticut in 2013. The woman involved, referred to as Jane Doe in the legal documents, has filed a lawsuit against Trey Songz, his production company, record executive Kevin Liles, and Atlantic Records.
According to the lawsuit, the woman alleges that Trey Songz pulled her breast out of her bikini top without her consent and exposed her to a crowd at his “Foxwoods Liquid Sundays with Trey Songz” event. The incident was captured on video, which has been included in the legal documents.
The lawsuit argues that the defendants should have been aware of Trey Songz’s past behavior and should have taken measures to control him during the event. The woman’s lawyers claim that the incident caused her to experience humiliation at the party and long-lasting emotional distress. They also state that she left her promising career a few months later due to the embarrassment caused by the incident.
The woman’s decision to seek justice was reportedly triggered by Trey Songz’s 2021 sexual assault case in Las Vegas, which was dropped shortly before she sent a demand letter to Trey Songz. The letter gave Trey Songz and the others involved a chance to respond before taking legal action. However, since there was no response, she is now seeking at least $10 million in damages.
This is not the first time Trey Songz has been accused of sexual misconduct. Earlier this year, a woman known as Jane Doe refiled a $25 million lawsuit against Trey Songz, accusing him of raping her in 2016. The lawsuit also names Kevin Liles, 300 Ent., and Atlantic Records as defendants.
Trey Songz’s attorney, Michael Freedman, has dismissed the allegations, stating that they are an attempt to take advantage of California’s new look back window. He expressed confidence in vindicating Trey Songz in court.
As these legal proceedings continue, the music industry and fans are closely watching the developments. The allegations against Trey Songz have sparked a broader conversation about consent and accountability in the entertainment industry.