Trey Songz is once again facing legal trouble. According to TMZ, two women filed a sexual assault lawsuit against the R&B singer, claiming he forced himself on them in 2015 at his Los Angeles home. They also accused Songz of applying pressure to drink alcohol and possibly drugging them.
There are other allegations as well. As stated in the lawsuit, Songz refused to give the women back their phones. A security guard supposedly returned the phones and called an Uber.
“This is yet another example of nearly decade-old allegations being repurposed to take advantage of California’s constitutionally questionable new look back window,” Songz’s attorney, Michael Freedman, told the outlet. “We look forward to vindicating Trey on the merits in court.”
Trey Songz has been accused of sexual misconduct multiple times. In another civil case, a woman, only identified as Jane Doe, sued the Virginia native for allegedly “grabbing and flashing her breast” at a 2013 party.
In yet another case, an anonymous accuser said Songz forced her to have a### sex at a Los Angeles party in 2016. The statute of limitations for that lawsuit apparently ran out and Songz’s legal team got the case dismissed.
Former UNLV basketball player Dylan Gonzalez also publicly accused the “I Invented Sex” performer of rape in 2021. Plus, podcaster Rory Farrell stated, “Trey Songz is the most nasty, abusive, r####, beats the s### out of women. Like he’s the scum of the f###ing Earth.”
Songz and his legal representation have repeatedly denied all of the allegations. Since his debut album I Gotta Make It dropped in 2005, the 38-year-old entertainer released eight additional studio LPs via Atlantic Records. 2020’s Back Home is his most recent full-length project.