Trey Songz Denies Allegations He Assaulted Woman At NYC Bowling Alley

Trey Songz

R&B Singer Trey Songz Denies
Allegations Made Against Him In A
NYC Bowling Alley

Over the past years the “Say Ahh” R&B singer Trey Songz has been notorious for his inappropriate actions with other females such as sexually assaulting them and being violent towards them. Well, the most recent allegations that he’s facing now is from a woman on social media. The woman is claiming he attacked another woman in a New York City bowling alley in October.

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Police reports show that Songz is denying the allegations, but the woman who was beaten is sticking by her story. She says the R&B singer beat on her and pulled her by her hair inside the bowling alley’s bathroom. Just prior to this allegation Trey Songz was facing a lawsuit for anally raping a woman which ended up being dismissed due to statue of limitations.

TMZ says that despite the police report filed by the alleged attacked woman, there hasn’t been much done yet. There is an active ongoing case though, so despite Songz denying the allegations, the cops are still talking to him. One of Trey Songz legal reps, Mitchell Schuster recently spoke on the situation as well and says “a source close to the investigation informs us that Trey Songz has been cooperative with authorities and expects that when all the evidence is reviewed, he will be exonerated. This is another instance where those involved try to blame the celebrity with hopes of getting fame or riches.”

Do these most recent allegations make it harder for you to support Trey Songz?

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