Housekeeper Suing Chris Brown After His Dog Allegedly Mauled Her, Claims He Tried To Cover Up The Attack

Chris' dog, according to the woman, ripped chunks of flesh from her face, arms, and body, leaving her a gory mess. She further stated that despite her calls for help, no one came out to help her even though Chris Brown and his crew were at home at the time of the incident

Chris Brown is being sued by a woman who worked as a maid for him in December for an alleged dog attack at his Tarzana, California home. According to TMZ, the lady, who is suing as a Jane Doe, claims that when 911 was called, Chris tried to cover up the attack. Breezy, according to the woman, is to blame for the injuries she sustained when his Caucasian Shepherd Ovcharka, Hades, attacked her. According to documents acquired by TMZ, the woman claims she was outside on his property emptying the trash when the big dog emerged out of nowhere and tore into her skin.


Chris’ dog, according to the woman, ripped chunks of flesh from her face, arms, and body, leaving her a gory mess. She further stated that despite her calls for help, no one came out to help her even though Chris Brown and his crew were at home at the time of the incident. The anonymous woman claims she was actually lying in a pool of her own blood after the incident. She went on to say that when Chris discovered her, he allegedly ordered his employees to round up his dogs and tell them to bounce before the authorities and ambulances arrived. The woman was rushed to the hospital by ambulance, but she alleges Chris was evasive and dishonest when authorities sought to get the tale.


He allegedly claimed cops he had no idea what had transpired or who had taken the dogs away. She alleges that the injuries she sustained necessitated significant life-saving surgery. She also claims that she will be traumatized for the rest of her life. Chris is reportedly being sued by the housekeeper’s husband for the loss of his capacity to have his wife’s affection and company. The woman says in her lawsuit that Hades was euthanized by the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Animal Shelter after the dog was deemed dangerous. Chris’ legal team has been silent on the subject.

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