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Trey Songz is being sued by yet another fan.
According to a new lawsuit obtained by TMZ, the fan claims that the "Heart Attack" singer grabbed and twisted her arm and wrist during an altercation in May 2017. TMZ reported that she allegedly had to seek psychiatric treatment after the incident sent her into a depression, and she contends that the physical injuries she suffered could potentially lead to cosmetic disfigurement. She is now suing for medical expenses and other damages.
This lawsuit is related to one filed by the woman's cousin in December.
The woman’s cousin filed a similar lawsuit last year over the same altercation in the parking lot of the Vanity Grand after she tried to take a photo of Songz. According to her suit, Songz smacked her phone out of her hand and into her face, causing her glasses to break, the Philly Voice reports. She's suing both Songz and the venue for $50,000 in damages.
These aren't the only legal battles Songz is currently facing.
A police officer and photographer also sued Songz earlier this month, alleging that he assaulted them after a Detroit performance in December 2016, USA Today reported. After having his mic shut off that night, Songz was arrested for throwing and breaking stage equipment. He later pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor charges of disturbing the peace last August, Fox 2 News in Detroit reports, and was sentenced to probation.
Songz was also accused of hitting another woman in the face during an argument in February, TMZ reports. The woman was awarded a restraining order in May, E! News reports. Songz commented that he was being “lied on” and “falsely accused for someone’s personal gain.” The charges were later dropped, Spin reports.
Actress and singer Keke Palmer also threatened to sue Songz for sexual intimidation last January, after he allegedly filmed Palmer at a party and used the footage in a music video without her permission. The two later reached a resolution out of court.
[Photo: Trey Songz by Paras Griffin/Getty Images]