Trey Songz has been accused of sexually abusing a woman in a Miami nightclub, prompting a new $20 million lawsuit against Diddy and the establishment in issue. According to Insider, Jahuara Jeffries filed a lawsuit in Miami-Dade County Circuit Court last week.
Trey Songz accusations in lawsuit
She claims that the occasion with Songz, real name Tremaine Neverson, started when she left Diddy’s New Year’s Eve party about 4:00 a.m. on January 1, 2018.
Songz allegedly volunteered to drive her and a buddy to South Beach hotspot E11EVEN as they waited for an Uber. The two women arrived in a private vehicle accompanied by his security guard, John Doe, who is included as a respondent in the lawsuit.
When they arrived to the venue, Jeffries claims that the R&B star urged them to sit at his table, which was set up with food and alcohol.
“While Plaintiff was dancing on the couch, she noticed Defendant Songz standing on the floor next to her,” the lawsuit says. “She then felt fingers being inserted into her vagina, turned around, and saw Defendant Songz pulling his hand away from her bottom.”
Jeffries claims she got off of the sofa right away and was contacted by another woman who asked what had been wrong before telling her Songz had done the same thing to her.
Songz then began to encourage the ladies to eat so that they would sober up, according to the lawsuit. When Jeffries consented to leave the venue with the singer, she claims she was still shocked.
Jeffries decided to record their conversation while he pulled off his shirt in the car, fearing that she’d be abused again. She claims that’s when the singer became enraged and ordered his security guy to put the car in park.
Is Diddy involved?
She claims the two males then violently kicked her out of the truck, scraping her legs as she fell to the ground.
The lawsuit also cites Diddy and E11EVEN as defendants, charging Songz of assault, battery, and false imprisonment. While Jeffries does not provide a justification for the club’s responsibility, she feels Diddy, born Sean Combs, is to blame for getting Songz inebriated.
Jeffries wants money for “negligent infliction of emotional distress as well as the resulting pain and suffering, incapacity, and mental anguish.”
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