Trey Songz No Longer Facing $20 Million Sexual Assault Civil Suit Due to Expired Statute of Limitati
Trey Songz is no longer facing a civil suit for alleged rape since the statute of limitations had expired on the allegations.
Earlier this year, a woman only identified as Jane Doe filed a lawsuit alleging Songz had a consensual sexual relationship with her but suddenly changed into a "savage rapist" during the encounter, which she claims occurred on March 24, 2016.
According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Trey Songz's legal team successfully argued that the statute of limitations had expired long before Jane Doe filed her lawsuit. While the statute of limitations in California is currently 10 years, prior to 2019, the statute of limitations was three years. The woman filed the complaint six years after the alleged rape and was suing the singer for $20 million in damages.
Songz's rep previously denied Doe's allegation telling TMZ, "the allegations in this complaint are false."
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