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Housekeeper Suing Chris Brown After His Dog Allegedly Mauled Her, Claims He Tried To Cover Up The Attack – The Shade Room

A woman who worked as a housekeeper for Chris Brown is suing him for an alleged dog attack that happened back in December at his Tarzana, California home.

In the suit, the woman–who is suing as a Jane Doe–is claiming that Chris tried to cover up the attack when 911 was called, TMZ reports. The woman claims Breezy is responsible for injuries she suffered when his Caucasian Shepherd Ovcharka, Hades, attacked her.

In the docs obtained by TMZ, the woman alleges she was emptying the trash somewhere outside on his property, when out of nowhere, the massive dog appeared and began tearing into her skin. The woman alleges Chris’ dog ripped chunks of flesh off her face, arms and body and left her a bloody mess.

She also claimed that even though Chris Brown and his crew were home at the time of the attack, no one came out to help her despite her cries for help.

The unidentified woman alleges once the attack was over, she was literally lying in a pool of her own blood. She then said when Chris found her, he allegedly started directing his team to snatch up his dogs and told them to bounce before the cops and paramedics showed up.

The woman was taken to a hospital by ambulance but she claims that when authorities tried to get the story, Chris was allegedly evasive and misleading. He allegedly told the cops that he didn’t know what happened, or who took the dogs away.

She claims she had to undergo extensive life-saving surgery for the injuries she sustained. She also says she is permanently scarred for life.

Apparently the housekeeper’s husband is also suing Chris for loss of the ability to have the love and companionship of his wife.

In the suit, the woman claims Hades was euthanized weeks later by the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Animal Shelter after finding the dog to be dangerous.

Chris’ legal team has not publicly spoken on the matter.

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