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Pics Of Chris Brown’s Dog Attack Victim’s Injuries Surface



Pictures Of Chris Brown's Dog Attack Victim Surface Online

Pictures Of Chris Brown’s Victim Following A Dog Attack Surface Online

Couple of days back, Chris Brown was sued over an alleged dog attack involving two people he hired to clean his home. The plaintiff, Patricia Avila, claims she and her sister were hired to clean Browns’ Tarzana, California, home for $600 a day.

She reveals they were aware that Brown had dogs on the property, but the pets were always placed in another part of the home as they performed their cleaning duties.

However, that apparently wasn’t the case on Dec. 12, 2020, when Avila’s sister went to the backyard to empty a vacuum. The complaint states Avila’s sister was immediately attacked by Brown’s Caucasian Shepherd Ovcharka, a giant breed that weighs between 110-220 pounds on average.

Pictures Of Chris Brown's Victim Following A Dog Attack Surface Online

The dog allegedly jumped on the woman, “ripping 3 to 4 inches of skin off her arm” as well as biting her legs and face.

“The screams were so bad that it cause (Avila) to immediately run outside, where she found her sister covered in blood while she was screaming and crying for help,” read the lawsuit, according to The Blast.

It was gathered that Brown was the one who called 911 after the attack. The woman was then transported to the hospital, where she remained for several days undergoing multiple surgeries.

Avila claims the incident has caused her severe emotional distress, as she suffered from PTSD, anxiety, depression, insomnia, panic attacks, and “extreme sadness for her sister.”

Pictures of her injuries from the incident have surfaced online and it’s currently causing stir, generating reactions from folks on social media. See them below:

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