Attorney Christopher Brown is clapping back at Dame Dash after the mogul made multiple social media posts slandering his name. Brown is currently representing Monique Bunn, a famed photographer that is suing Dash for $50 million for sexual battery. She claims that she was inappropriately touched, while she was sleeping, at Dash’s residence.
Following the filing of the lawsuit, Dash claimed that Brown was trying to make him into the “black Harvey Weinstein” and also claimed that the FBI was investigating Brown.
Brown tells The Blast, “This office is counsel to Monique Bunn in the recent filing in the United States District Court in New York against Damon Dash, Raquel Horn and Mr. Dash’s business entities alleging conversion, sexual assault and other claims.”
“Mr. Dash has recently commented in multiple social media postings that my office and I are being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) for filings relating to Dash. I have been contacted by family, friends, clients and others about Mr. Dash’s allegations,” he continued.
He adds, “Let me be clear, there is no investigation of me or my office by the FBI. Mr. Dash’s comments are false and designed to deflect from his own legal problems. Had Mr. Dash completed his homework, he would know that I represent a victim in the R. Kelly federal indictment. If any branch of the federal government or FBI wanted to contact me, they already have my number. My communications with the federal government are ongoing due to the R. Kelly matter and they know where to find me. I would not learn of my own FBI investigation from Mr. Dash’s haphazard social media postings. However, I am thankful for Mr. Dash’s social media postings as other women have now contacted my office to address their past dealings with Mr. Dash.”
Dash is also facing a $7 million lawsuit by director Josh Webber for defamation, accusing the Roc-A-Fella co-founder of making slanderous comments on social media, including referring to him as a “pure culture vulture.”