Housekeeper is suing Chris Brown after his canine allegedly mauled her, claiming he tried to cowl up the assault
A woman who worked as a housekeeper for Chris Brown is suing him over an alleged dog attack that occurred at his home in Tarzana, California, in December.
In the lawsuit, the woman who is suing as Jane Doe alleges Chris was trying to cover up the attack when 911 was called, TMZ reports. The woman claims Breezy was responsible for the injuries she sustained when his Caucasian shepherd Ovcharka, Hades, attacked her.
In documents received from TMZ, the woman claims she was emptying the trash somewhere out on his property when the giant dog appeared out of nowhere and started tearing into her skin. The woman claims that Chris’ dog tore pieces of meat from his face, arms and body, leaving them in a bloody mess.
She also claimed that Chris Brown and his crew were home at the time of the attack, but no one came out to help her despite her cries for help.
The unidentified woman claims that she was literally lying in a pool of blood after the attack. She then said that when Chris found her he allegedly started instructing his team to grab his dogs and told them to hop before the police and paramedics showed up.
The woman was taken to a hospital in an ambulance but claims that Chris was allegedly evasive and misleading when authorities tried to learn the story. He is said to have told the police that he did not know what happened or who took the dogs.
She claims that she had to undergo extensive life-saving surgery because of the injuries she suffered. She also says she has permanent scars for life.
Apparently, the housekeeper’s husband is also suing Chris for loss of the ability to have his wife’s love and companionship.
In the lawsuit, the woman alleges that Hades was euthanized weeks later at the Humboldt County’s sheriff’s shelter after finding the dog dangerous.
Chris’s legal team has not commented publicly on the matter.
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