Tremaine Aldon Neverson, popularly known as Trey Songz is being accused of sexual assault in connection with a 2016 incident at a party in Los Angeles in a $20 million lawsuit.
According to court docs reviewed by TMZ, the woman, who is identified as Jane Doe in the suit, said Songz forced her to have anal sex against her consent.
Jane Doe revealed that prior to the incident, she’d had consensual sexual relations with the R&B artist, so while at a party at a house in Los Angeles Songz invited her to when they went upstairs for what she thought would be a consensual encounter.
Trey had repeatedly pestered the woman if he could ‘get that ass’ as they headed up the staircase but she had told him No and to cease asking.
She said that once they had reached the bedroom, Songz behaved like a ‘savage rapist’ as he threw her on the floor, removed her pants, pinned her body down face first and penetrated her anus as she screamed and pleaded with him to stop what he was doing.
The woman told the court that Songz overpowered her physically as she tried to stop him. Another person quickly entered and exited the room, the woman told the court, and Songz continued raping her.
She told the court that in the wake of the traumatic incident, she gathered her clothing and exited the premises to take an Uber ride away.
The woman said in court docs that the Uber driver observed she had been in distress upon entering the vehicle and took her to a nearby hospital, where medical professionals performed a sexual assault exam on her that revealed ‘severe anal tearing that could require surgery’.
She’s now suing Trey for $20 million in damages.
The woman’s attorney, Ariel Mitchell, is also representing 2 women who are suing Trey for alleged sexual assaults in Miami and New York.
However, Songz through his representatives denied these allegations.
A rep for Trey told TMZ,
“Earlier today, the attorney who drafted this suit was credibly accused of trying to pay a woman to falsely accuse Trey. Hours later, that same attorney has filed this suit on behalf of an anonymous client. It isn’t hard to see what’s happening here, and it is a shame for genuine victims of sexual assault.
The allegations in this complaint are false. Trey looks forward to having the facts fully aired.”