Trey Songz Resolves $25M Lawsuit Regarding Alleged 2016 Sexual Assault

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    Trey Songz Settles Sexual Assault Lawsuit for Undisclosed Amount

    R&B singer Trey Songz has reached a settlement with an anonymous woman, known as Jane Doe, who accused him of sexual assault after a house party in 2016. The lawsuit, which also named Atlantic Records, manager Kevin Lilies, and 300 Entertainment as defendants, sought $25 million for the mental and emotional distress caused by the alleged incident.

    Although the exact amount of the settlement has not been disclosed, legal documents state that the case will be dismissed once certain conditions are met. A court hearing scheduled for September has been canceled in light of the settlement agreement.

    It is unclear whether Trey Songz admitted guilt as part of the settlement, but he previously denied the accusations on social media, stating, “Lies will never be the truth.” This is not the first time the singer has faced allegations of assault, as Winter Blanco recently came forward to accuse him of assaulting her in 2018.

    Fans and followers of Trey Songz are encouraged to share their thoughts on the settlement in the comments section and stay tuned for further updates on the situation. As the music industry continues to grapple with issues of abuse and misconduct, it is important to hold artists and industry professionals accountable for their actions.