Trey Songz sexual assault case dropped

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Trey Songz sexual assault case dropped

A judge has dismissed a sexual assault lawsuit filed by a woman who accused Trey Songz of anally raping her at a party in West Hills, California, in 2016. The alleged victim, who is identified by the pseudonym Jane Doe in court documents, had her legal time file paperwork on June 29, asking Judge Richard L. Fruin to dismiss the case without prejudice, which would allow her to refile the lawsuit at a later date.

The case was formally dismissed on Wednesday at the request of the woman’s attorneys, and there had been no mention in court docs on whether tossing the case was due to a settlement being reached between both parties. As fans will recall, the lawsuit Jane Doe initially filed in February had accused Trey of sexual assault, intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress, false improvement, and gender violence.

Jane Doe said that while she had shared a “casual” and “occasional” sexual relationship with the “Na Na” singer, things turned radical on the night of March 24, 2016, when she was allegedly anally raped and “required and received immediate emergency medical care” from the “brutal” injuries.