Trey Songz finds himself entangled in a legal battle against a sexual assault lawsuit, as he vehemently denies the allegations and asserts that his alleged victim fabricated his bribery attempt. Recent court documents shed light on the situation, revealing intriguing testimonies that could impact the outcome of the case.
Jauhara Jeffries, the alleged victim, claims that Trey Songz approached her with an offer of $200,000 to falsify her accusations of assault, which she alleges took place at a Miami nightclub in 2021. Seeking substantial compensation, Jeffries has filed a lawsuit demanding $20 million from the singer.
In a surprising turn of events, Trey Songz presents an alternative narrative supported by witness Mariah Thielen, who asserts that she was present at the Miami nightclub alongside Jeffries and the singer on the fateful night. According to Thielen’s sworn testimony, the altercation unfolded when Jeffries attempted to record Songz, a situation he wished to avoid. When Jeffries persisted despite his objections, Songz had his security personnel escort her away from him.
Mariah Thielen’s testimony takes an even more intriguing twist, as she claims that Jeffries’s attorney invited her to lunch shortly after the incident. During this meeting, Jeffries’s lawyer allegedly proposed a bribe ranging between $100,000 and $200,000, depending on the outcome of the lawsuit, with the intent of discrediting Trey Songz by associating him with scandalous figures like R. Kelly.
Armed with this newly revealed testimony, Trey Songz’s legal representation is now urging the court to dismiss the entire lawsuit. They argue that the alleged victim’s credibility is undermined by the contradictory accounts and the potential bribe attempt on her part. Currently, the court has yet to issue a ruling on this motion, leaving the outcome of the case uncertain.