Trey Songz Rape’s Civil Case Was Dismissed; Statute Of Limitations Passed
The civil complaint filed against Trey Songz for a supposed rape that occurred in 2016 has been dismissed.
The civil lawsuit has been dismissed by the judicial system, according to TMZ, because the period of limitations on the allegations has passed.
The accusation was made earlier this year by a woman going by the moniker Jane Doe. She said that while she and the R&B singer had a “consensual” relationship at first, Trey Songz turned into a “savage rapist” in March 2016. She said that TS anally violated her despite her numerous requests for him to stop, and she was suing for $20 million in compensation.
The civil lawsuit was dismissed after Trey’s legal team intercepted the filing because California only has a two-year statute of limitations, meaning that anything filed after March 2018 would not hold Trey Songz accountable.
Trey Songz has had other lawsuits recently involving sexual assault, so this is by no means the only one. Trey Songz was exonerated of the accusations of sexual assault from a November event in a Las Vegas hotel in April.
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