Chris Brown is once again in trouble with the law.
The often-violent singer has been sued by a home who claims she was the victim of a sexual assault at Brown's house, alleging that was forced to perform oral sex on a woman who was menstruating.
She also says a friend of Brown's raped her twice.
The woman, who has hired Glorida Allred as her attorney, has filed these legal documents under the name Jane Doe.
She claims she attended a party at Brown's mansion on February of 2017 at which cocaine, ecstasy and marijuana were readily available.
In official papers obtained by TMZ, the woman explains that an unnamed female friend of the artist's forced her and a few other women into a bedroom.
This friend then blocked the door with a couch.
The instigator proceeded to force women to hook up with Brown and another man, named Lowell Grissom.
Doe adds that her cell phone was taken away from her upon arrival at the gathering.
The woman details how she attempted to leave the situation, only for Brown's female friend to grab her by the throat and make her give Grissom a blow job.
Doe adds that this same female friend then pushed her down on the bed and "literally sat on [her] face, using her legs to pin [her] down while forcing [her] to perform oral sex on her."
It gets more disgusting from there, allegedly:
Doe says the woman was menstruating.
She says in the lawsuit that she went to the bathroom after this unwanted sex act and saw her face covered in blood.
While she was showering, Grissom came in, shoved her on the bed and raped her.
During a news conference on Wednesday, Allred said this was "one of the most horrific sexual assault cases" she has ever seen.
According to the lawsuit, Grissom later held Doe against a washing machine and raped her a second time that evening.
She says she went to a rape treatment center and reported it to police, but the police have said they could not determine whether these sex acts were consensual or not.
As a result, they did not pursue charges.
Attorney Mark Geragos tells TMZ that Allred is demanding $17 million in the lawsuit, which Geragos says is ridiculous.
He says the allegations are not true and that Brown is innocent.
The singer, of course, managed to avoid jail time even after punching Rihanna in the face many times back in 2009.
He has since been accused of domestic violence and seems to have a serious problem with his temper, as well as with his ego.
But, hey, the guy can dance really well and he makes catchy music, so millions of fans don't apparently care about this other stuff.