Chris Brown’s lawyer, Mike Geragos, has responded to the multiple rape lawsuit filed against the singer.
Recall that the unnamed woman filed a lawsuit alleging that she was raped multiple time by an associate of Chris Brown, Lowell Grissom Jr., in Chris Brown’s home in February 2017.
While the singer has yet to react to the lawsuit, his lawyer Mike Geragos has stepped forward to respond on his behalf, dismissing the allegations as untrue and just another attempt to shake his client down.
“There’s no case here,” Geragos said during a live interview with TMZ’s Harvey Levin. “Chris is a target and for the last 10 years anybody who comes at him should know they’re going to meet the full force of my firm.”
Geragos continued, saying that his client is not under criminal investigation. “If any of that were true it would have been criminally investigated. Obviously, it was and it was rejected. Chris didn’t do anything. My investigation shows that none of these allegations are true.”
Well, the alleged victim’s lawyer, Gloria Allred, has reacted to Geragos’ statement, noting that the lawyer failed to show up at a recent mediation session aimed at resolving the matter.
Also, in response to Geragos’ claims that she is seeking a $17 million payment for her client, Allred told Billboard: “Since neither Mr. Geragos or his clients attended, I never made a demand for any amount of compensation whatsoever, let alone a demand for $17 million. I also never made a demand for any amount of money for my client at any other time. The mediation was a complete waste of my time and that of my client. I was left wondering why Mr. Geragos scheduled it and whether there was an ulterior motive to stall for time as I never would have agreed to mediate the case had I known that Mr. Geragos and his clients would not be attending. Since neither Mark nor his clients appeared at the mediation they will now have to face me in court.”
We can’t wait to see how this pans out.