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Chris Brown Released by French Authorities Because of Accuser’s Questionable Account of Events

January 24, 2019 | Posted by Jeffrey Harris
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As previously reported, Chris Brown was released after a recent arrested based on alleged charges of rape and narcotics use. Later on, it was reported that Brown was going to file a lawsuit against his alleged victim after his release on Tuesday (Jan. 22). TMZ released a new report today with details on the police investigation into the alleged crime.

According to the report, French authorities found the accuser’s story “impossible to believe.” A source close to the investigation stated, “The weakest part of the case is the alleged victim’s statement to police.”

The woman in question reportedly told police that Chris Brown raped her in his hotel suite dressing room for a period of 25 to 30 minutes. The report indicates she claimed after that time, she went into another room where she was assaulted again by one of Brown’s friends. Then, she stated she was assaulted a third time in another room. Police are claiming her story is not believable because she apparently did not attempt to leave or alert any of the 20 or so people who were in the living room.

This version of events is said to be why police opted to release Brown without any conditions, such as surrendering his passport. A source that is close to Brown stated that police “apologized” to Brown when he was let go.

After his release, Chris Brown reportedly stayed in Paris, France at the same hotel where the alleged crime took place, without fear of being incarcerated again. However, the report states that the investigation is still currently ongoing. Brown appeared to be in good spirits after his release and mingled in public, saying he loved everyone. A source close to the singer also stated, “An innocent man shouldn’t be worried about staying at a place where he didn’t commit a crime.”

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