The lawyer for a woman who filed a rape complaint in Paris against singer Chris Brown and two other men said Thursday that his client was under “great psychological pressure” at a luxury hotel when “non-consensual sex” allegedly took place inside locked rooms.
Brown was released from police custody without charges awaiting further investigation of the woman’s allegations that he and the other men raped her last week at the French capital’s Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
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The accuser’s lawyer, Franck Serfati, told The Associated Press the woman, a 23-year-old student, said she “was not pressured physically” in Brown’s hotel suite but in an “environment with great psychological pressure” from large, older men.
Chris Brown allegedly “cornered her in a room that was locked,” according to the lawyer. “There were forced sexual relations and then he went to talk to other men – it was a masculine environment.”
The woman alleges the two other men she accused of rape — a bodyguard and an associate of Brown’s — then assaulted her on a different floor of the hotel, her lawyer said.
CB’s legal representative in France, Raphael Chiche tweeted Wednesday he was preparing a defamation complaint that “#ChrisBrown will file against his accuser.”
Police detained Brown and the two others Monday on potential charges of aggravated rape and drug infractions. They were questioned and released Tuesday.
The Paris prosecutor’s office says the investigation hasn’t been closed, but Brown was free to leave the country while it continued.