Chris Brown’s Alleged Rape Victim Won’t Be ‘Deterred From Seeking Justice’ After Singer Fails To Appear For Confrontation

Chris Brown failed to attend a formal confrontation with the woman accusing him of rape.

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Brown, 30, was scheduled to meet with his alleged victim on Tuesday, according to Billboard. The “Wobble Up” singer did not attend the formal confrontation and that has the woman’s attorney seeing red.

American lawyer Gloria Allred said Brown “has thumbed his nose at and shown disrespect for the French legal system.” Additionally, Allred said Brown’s “failure to appear today is very unfair to my client, but I assure him that my client will not be deterred from seeking justice.”

Brown was not legally obligated to attend the formal confrontation, according to the woman’s French lawyer.

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The Grammy-winning singer was arrested in Paris in January. He was released from custody without charges pending further investigation. Brown is being accused of raping the woman at Paris’ Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

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