Chris Brown's Legal Team Responds To 'Sex Party' & Rape Lawsuit: 'There's No Case Here'

Chris Brown was recently named in a lawsuit by a woman who claims that she was raped during a party held at the singer’s home in Feb. 2017. While CB has kept fairly quiet about the alleged incident, his lawyer, Mark Geragos has stepped forward to respond on his behalf. According to Geragos, the allegations are completely untrue and just another attempt to shake his client down.

“There’s no case here,” Geragos stated during a live interview with TMZ’s Harvey Levin on Thursday (May 10). “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 also claimed that the case is not currently under criminal investigation. “If any of that were true it would have been criminally investigated. Obviously, it was and it was rejected,” he continued. “Chris didn’t do anything. My investigation shows that none of these allegations are true.”

As previously reported, the victim – who is being identified as Jane Doe – alleges that she was forced into a bathroom by Brown’s friend Lowell Grissom Jr. (rapper Young Lo), and ordered to perform oral sex on Grissom as well as his female friend. Doe also claims that Grissom raped her again during two separate occasions in Feb. 2017. She was reportedly treated at a local California treatment center, and reported the alleged rapes to the police. Doe’s attorney, Gloria Allred called her client’s case “one of the most horrific sexual assault cases” she’s seen in her career during a recent press conference. Geragos stated that he told Allred to “pound sand” on the account of Brown’s innocence.

Allred told Billboard on Thursday that Geragos and Brown failed to show up at a recent mediation session aimed at resolving the matter. "Mark Geragos was a no show at the mediation. He did not show up. He did not call. He was not there. Chris Brown and Young Lo also did not show up or call," Allred wrote in an email to Billboard; Brown, Grissom and a defendant known as Doe X are at the heart of the suit alleging sexual battery, emotional distress, negligence and other crimes. 

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."

Watch the full Geragos interview below.