Chris Brown sued by former housekeeper over dog bite
Jane Doe, a former housekeeper of celebrated singer, Chris Brown together with her husband have sued the musician for damages over claims of an alleged attack by his dog, Hades, a Caucasian Shepherd Ovcharka.
According to the suit, she sustained injuries after the attack which occurred while the former housekeeper was taking out the garbage.
It was at that time that the dog allegedly approached and attacked her, biting her flesh and leaving her bloody on the ground.
Originally reported by the housekeeper’s sister, Patricia Avila, who was also on the clock during the time of the attack, she ran outside and saw her sister screaming for help.
“The screams were so bad that it caused Avila to immediately run outside, where she found her sister covered in blood while she was screaming and crying for help,” read the separate lawsuit filed by Avila.
In the new documents from Avila’s sister’s lawsuit, Chris Brown reportedly called the police, but not before telling his team to grab the dogs and leave before the police came.
Avila’s sister then claimed that Chris Brown was misleading the police when asked what happened leading to the dog attack.
The dogs were gone once the police arrived, and it was later discovered that Hades was allegedly euthanised weeks later by the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Animal Shelter.
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She questioned how the dog got to Humbodlt in the first place since it was several miles away from the musician’s home.
The housekeeper indicated that the injuries sustained from the attack, according to the doctor were also permanent, even after surgery.