Chris Brown’s Housekeeper Claims His Dog Viciously Attacked Her And Then He Euthanized The Pooch To “Destroy Evidence”

July 10, 2021 / Posted by:

Like every year since 2009, 2021 is the year of awful Chris Brown headlines. Just a quick second after we heard that a woman claimed that The Difficult Brown pulled a Difficult Brown by slapping her (which he denied), a former housekeeper of his has come forward with another soul-hurting tale. The woman not only claims in a lawsuit that one of Chris Brown’s dogs violently and viciously attacked her at his home, but she also claims that nobody did anything to help her and that Chris later sent the dog off to heaven as a way to “destroy the evidence.” Calling the euthanization of a dog “destroying evidence” just destroyed a piece of my faith in humanity. I know, my first mistake was having any faith in humanity. What a naive trick, I am.

NBC News says that earlier this week, Chris Brown’s former housekeeper filed a lawsuit against him in Los Angeles County Superior Court, claiming that she was left permanently scarred after his Caucasian Shepherd Ovcharka named Hades (the poor pooch on the left) seriously attacked her. The woman, who chose to go by Jane Doe in the lawsuit, states in court documents that on December 12 of last year, she was working at Chris’ home in Tarzana, CA and as she was taking out the trash, a “very large brown dog” came out of nowhere and mauled her.

“The dog begins savagely biting her face, her arms and other parts of her person and body, literally tearing out and ripping off large chunks of her skin from her face and her arms.”

The dog, named Hades, “is allowed to roam loose and free around the premises” and the “petite female” plaintiff was not aware of that.

According to Jane Doe, Chris and several members of his team were at home at the time. But when she screamed for help, no one came to her rescue. Jane Doe claims that Chris eventually came out and stood over her while talking on the phone as she lay there “bleeding profusely, barely able to see as blood was covering her eyes, face and body.” This is where shit gets even shadier. Jane Doe says that Chris ordered his security guards to take Hades away. Jane Doe alleges that Chris’ security took Hades “to a nebulous location in Humboldt County,” which is over 600 miles from his house.

911 was called and Jane Doe was taken to the hospital. Chris allegedly played dumb with the cops, telling them that he had no idea what happened or who took Hades. Jane Doe alleges in the lawsuit that Hades was euthanized right before Christmas. NBC News says that records confirm that Chris surrendered Hades and the dog was put to sleep for being too aggressive to be adopted again.

That dog, identified as Hades by Humboldt County sheriff’s records, was euthanized on Dec. 24, because it was aggressive and unsuitable for adoption after its owner surrendered it, records showed.

The euthanized dog was involved in a Dec. 12 attack “with serious injuries” in Los Angeles, according to Humboldt County records.

The attack was considered “a high profile case” because the dog’s unidentified owner “is a celebrity and the injuries were extensive, 80 stitches in the face and arms,” according to a pre-euthanasia report filed by a Humboldt County animal control officer

Jane Doe believes that Chris Brown had Hades euthanized to cover up the attack and to keep from getting in trouble.

Jane Doe is suing for damages, of course. TMZ adds that the whole family is getting into some lawsuit action because Jane Do’s husband is also suing Chris for… wait for it… “loss of the ability to have the love and companionship of his wife.” And in April of this year, Jane Doe’s sister, who also worked as a housekeeper for Chris Brown, filed her own lawsuit against him. Jane Doe’s sister was working inside the house during the attack and later came out to see her sister in a bad, horrible way. That apparently left Jane Doe’s sister traumatized and she suffers from PTSD, which makes it hard for her to work. She’s also suing for damages.

This situation is a sad mess, but at least Chris Brown didn’t do a pre-euthanization Instagram photo shoot with Hades like those trash YouTubers did. Yup, the bar is “newborn fleas can’t even do the limbo under it” levels of low.

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