AceShowbiz - Trey Songz can now breathe a little easier. It was unveiled that a woman who previously accused the "Passion, Pain & Pleasure" artist of sexual assault decided to drop her $20 million lawsuit.
In court documents filed on June 29, it was stated that the woman, identified only as Jane Doe, wants the "entire action" dismissed. She, however, didn't rule out refiling the suit in the future. It remains unknown what led her to make the decision.
The accuser back filed the lawsuit in February. She alleged that Trey "anally raped" her at a Los Angeles house party back in 2016. She noted they initially had a consensual sexual relationship, but he suddenly turned into a "savage rapist."
Jane Doe claimed Trey invited her upstairs for what she believed would be consensual sex. She further explained that he asked her if he could "get that a**" on the way upstairs, to which she says she repeatedly told him "no" and to stop asking.
The alleged victim also accused the R&B star of throwing her to the ground, ripping her pants off, pinning her down face first and forcing his penis into her anus without her consent. The woman added she screamed in pain and begged the "Bottoms Up" singer to stop and even tried fighting him off before noting she was overpowered.
The woman claimed she was only able to escape after Trey finished and stopped raping her. She then grabbed her clothes, except for her underwear, and ran outside to call an Uber. In the docs, the anonymous victim said her Uber driver noticed she was in distress and rerouted her to a hospital, where she insisted a sexual assault exam was performed and the police were called.
The accuser said the exam showed she had "severe anal tearing that could require surgery. " However, she admitted she didn't name Trey to police because she was "in shock and fearing for her life."
Trey himself has denied the allegations via a representative. "Earlier today, the attorney who drafted this suit was credibly accused of trying to pay a woman to falsely accuse Trey," the rep told TMZ. "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."