Housekeeper Alleges Chris Brown’s Dog Attacked Her, Then Singer Euthanized Her To “Destroy Evidence”
A housekeeper claims Chris Brown’s dog Hades allegedly attacked her in her California home and left her bleeding and requiring stitches.
According to a lawsuit in Los Angeles filed Tuesday (according to NBC News), the housekeeper was crying for help and no one came to her aid.
The complainant, who has remained anonymous, then claimed the singer took the dog 600 miles to be euthanized in December in order to “destroy the evidence and flee the scene.”
Nancy Doumanian, the lawyer for the anonymous client, said in her complaint that the cleaning lady puts the trash in the trash when “a really big brown dog comes out of nowhere and mutts, bites and brutally attacks.”
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The incident allegedly took place on December 12 at Brown’s home in Tarzana.
“The dog begins to savagely bite his face, arms and other parts of his person and body, literally ripping and tearing large pieces of his skin from his face and arms,” Doumanian wrote.
At the time, the occupants of the house included the accused Brown, his security guards or members of the security team. As she lay there, bleeding profusely, barely able to see as blood was covering her eyes, face and body, she watches the accused Brown approach her, standing over her, as he talks on his cell phone, ”described the complaint.
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Brown allegedly ordered his security team to get rid of the dog and he was euthanized by Humboldt County authorities, according to the cleaning lady’s statement.
Meanwhile, Humboldt County Sheriff’s records show a dog that was microchipped at Brown’s address was shot after the owner returned the animal. The dog was “aggressive and unfit for adoption” after an attack that left someone with “serious injuries,” according to records.
Records also indicate that the attack was considered “high level” because the dog’s owner “is a celebrity and the injuries were extensive, 80 stitches in his face and arms.”
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The lawsuit seeks damages from Brown, although the amount was not identified in the documents. A representative for Brown did not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.