Chris Brown might have to defend himself in court after multiple lawyers are demanding they be allowed to drop him as a client.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Chris’s legal representation have had enough of working with the singer and want out. They have filed motions asking the court to allow them to withdraw from the case.
The case was filed by a Jane Doe against Chris and his friend Lowell Grissom Jr. The woman claims she went to an after party at Chris’ Tarzana home in February 2017. She accuses Grissom of sexually assaulting her at the party.
In her lawsuit, she accuses the singer of trying to give her cocaine, molly and marijuana before Grissom committed the alleged assault. Chris has denied all allegations of wrongdoing in the case.