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Chris Brown's former housekeeper is said to be suing the singing star after claiming she was allegedly attacked by his dog.
The woman – who has not been named – says his Caucasian Shepherd Ovcharka named Hades badly injured her at his California home last December.
Documents obtained byTMZ state that the ex worker alleges that she was taking out the rubbish when the dog suddenly attacked her.
His former housekeeper also said she had to undergo extensive surgery, it was reported.
The singer is yet to respond to the claims, and Mirror Online has contacted his management for comment.
TMZ claim Chris Brown was "evasive and misleading" during a police visit
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TMZ claim Brown and his friends were at home when the attack took place, but nobody came to help.
She is now suing the 32-year-old music star for major damages.
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The woman feel that the injuries she sustained have permanently scarred her.
His dog Hades was reportedly euthanised weeks later by staff at the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Animal Shelter.
Reports state that they deemed the actor's pet to be dangerous.
The star has often been in the headlines this summer
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The news come weeks after reports Brown was under investigation after a woman alleged that he had slapped the back of her head.
Police were called to his home to deal with the matter, according to TMZ last month.
In the report, the woman told officers that he allegedly "smacked the back of her head so hard her weave came off".
However, the alleged victim had no injuries and no arrests were made.
In May, the police department received multiple calls about loud noise and showed up to a 500-strong party at 2 am before ordering the music to be turned down.