Chris Brown's Alleged Rape Accuser's Story Is Not Adding Up, Per Authorities
According to sources directly connected to the highly-publicized rape allegations against Chris Brown earlier this week, authorities are having a difficult time believing his accuser’s story. Per TMZ, "The weakest part of the case is the alleged victim's statement to police."
The unnamed accuser claims that she was raped by the “Undecided” singer in his hotel suite’s dressing room for “somewhere between 25 and 30 minutes.” She then claims she went into two separate hotel rooms, where she was "raped" by one of Brown’s friends and subsequently “abused” by another man.
“We're told police believe the story doesn't hold water because she never attempted to leave or alert anyone of the 20 or so people who were in the living room,” writes the site. Brown was released form police custody without any conditions, and was told he was able to leave France if he chose. He ended up staying in Paris to work on a music video, and didn't leave the hotel he was staying at (where the alleged incident took place).
CB has vehemently denied the claims, writing on Instagram in a since-deleted post “For my daughter and my family this is so disrespectful and is against my character and morals!!!!"