Chris Brown Settles Lawsuit in Vegas Battery Case

Chris Brown Settles Lawsuit in Vegas Battery Case”

Almost two years after Chris Brown allegedly attacked a woman in a Las Vegas hotel room, the singer has settled the lawsuit.

Sources tell TMZ that the settlement included "preliminary talks of $70,000", but Gutierrez likely made off with "substantially less". She said he then took her phone.

The exact ammount Gutierrez walked away with is unknown.

Brazilian model Liziane Gutierrez sued the Grammy victor in February 2016, claiming he attacked her in his hotel room after she took a photo of him.

Even though the embattled singer was never charged with a crime and denied the allegations saying Guiterrez was "too ugly" to have even been allowed into one of his soirees, ultimately a settlement was reached and Brown can now move on from this situation.

There were also concerns it was a money-making gig by Liziana Gutierrez, who had been involved in past drama with another male R&B singer, Jason Derulo, after she complained to the paparazzi in 2016 that she wasn't let in Derulo's auto outside of a Vegas club.

"Obviously, somebody is looking to get a check or start some sh*t", Brown said at the time.

Gutierrez was suing for battery, theft and defamation over Brown calling her an "old-looking bitch" after the incident. As she has been involved in past drama with another male R&B singer, Jason Derulo.

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