Two women have withdrawn their legal action against Trey Songz concerning an alleged sexual assault that reportedly occurred at a house party in 2015.


Two women who had accused American singer Trey Songz of sexual assault at a 2015 party at his Bell Canyon home have reportedly withdrawn their lawsuit.

According to court documents obtained by, George Vrabeck, the lawyer who filed the case on behalf of the two accusers using the pseudonyms Jane Doe A and Jane Doe B, stated that he was dismissing the complaint without prejudice.

The decision to dismiss “without prejudice” implies that the case could potentially be refiled in the future.

The lawsuit, filed in October 2023, alleged that the women passed out at Songz’s house party and woke up to him forcing himself on them, accusing him of sexual assault and battery.

The women claimed to have met Songz in 2015 at one of his concerts and remained in contact with him, leading to an invitation to his home in August for his birthday celebration.

Upon arrival, the accusers alleged they were asked to surrender their phones and were pressured to drink from unsealed bottles of liquor, after which they felt extremely intoxicated despite consuming modest amounts.

They asserted that Songz then escorted them upstairs to a bedroom where they passed out with their clothes on and woke up to find Songz allegedly assaulting them.

One of the victims claimed to have resisted Songz’s advances, but he persisted, and afterward, he demanded they shower together, which they refused, leading to their expulsion from his home.

The lawsuit sought unspecified damages.

In response, Songz’s lawyer, Michael Freedman, dismissed the allegations as repurposed decade-old claims taking advantage of California’s new lookback window, expressing confidence in Songz’s vindication in court.

This development comes after Songz recently won a significant legal victory when a federal judge dismissed a separate $10 million lawsuit accusing him of pulling down a woman’s bikini top at a pool party, citing the statute of limitations.

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