R&B singer, Chris Brown, has been arrested in Paris following a rape accusation by a 24-year-old woman.
French authorities said Brown and two others were as of now in care after a lady recorded an assault claim in northwest Paris in the wake of meeting her in a club, Fox 5 news announced.
The captures were first announced by French newspaper Closer, which said the three were captured after the lady asserted she was assaulted at Brown’s inn suite the evening of January 15.
Police said one of the others held is Brown’s guardian. The vocalist was captured on Monday and stays in authority while police test the protest.
The lady is said to have pursued the artist to his lodging where the occurrence supposedly happened. Investigators in the French capital affirmed that the 29-year-old dealt with criminal indictments after the supposed sex assault seven days back.
“He is blamed for an assault and is being held at the legal police workplaces in the first arrondissement,” said an indicting source. “He was captured with two others on Monday, and interviews and different enquiries are progressing.
The offense is said to have occurred the evening of January 15 this year.” The complainant, who can’t be named for lawful reasons, said she met Brown at a dance club and afterward came back to his inn with other ladies and a sum of three men.
“The lady said she was mishandled by Brown, a protector, and a companion, and after that she was disregarded with the star,” said another source in Paris.
“An aggregate of three men were captured at Brown’s lodging. They didn’t avoid police, and now have legal counselors speaking to them.” Brown’s marketing specialists at Sony Music would not quickly remark.