Chris Brown has been ordered to turn over his private cell phone number to the woman suing him over an alleged rape that went down at his home.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a Los Angeles judge is giving Brown 20 days from the court order to provide his cell phone number to the woman suing him as Jane Doe.
Brown will have to hand over all numbers he used since February 23, 2017 until the present. The singer had argued against turning over his number to Doe, saying she only wanted it to harass him.
The judge disagreed and sided with the alleged victim, saying Brown’s cell phone number is relevant to the lawsuit and he wasn’t swayed by the singer’s pleas.
As we reported, the woman claims she ended up at Brown’s Tarzana home back in February 2017 after a night of clubbing. She claims the “Loyal” singer plied her with drugs like cocaine, Molly and marijuana before his friend Lloyd Grissom committed sexual assault.
The woman also claimed Brown was walking 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.
Recently, Jane Doe demanded the court step in and force Brown to hand over the cell phone number he used on the date of the alleged incident. She claimed he refused to hand over the information to her in the case calling it private and irrelevant.
The woman said she was not “aware of any authorities that state Defendant Brown’s celebrity status entitles him to special treatment.”
Doe said Brown has told her he has certain witnesses who will back up his claim nothing happened at his house. She said he has only given first names and without contact information for them.
She believes Brown’s cell phone number will help her subpoena the cell phone records of the witnesses and asked the judge to order the singer to hand over the number.
The singer feared his famous friends’ private information would be leaked if he turned over his number. He argued that
The singer believed Doe wanted to take his cell phone number and then subpoena his phone records for everyone he called during the timeframe.
He said if he turned over his number he would have to immediately change it. Brown claimed to only hand over the number to his close friends and family.
Brown said turning it over would also lead to Jane Doe receiving private numbers of his family and countless famous friends. He called Doe’s actions as nothing but harassment.
The case is ongoing.
Chris Brown recently released his ninth studio album “Indigo” and his The IndiGOAT tour is expected to start next month.