Details emerged as woman alleges that a lawyer offered her money to lie against Trey Songz in s*xual assault lawsuit

A woman claims that an attorney for Trey Songz’s alleged victim offered her up to $200,000 to change her story and make the singer the bad guy, glamsquad reports.


Remember that a woman named Jauhara Jeffries filed a lawsuit alleging that Trey Songz violated her at a New Year’s Eve party in Miami in 2017.


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A woman named Mariah Thielen testified in a recent court hearing transcript obtained by TMZ that she met with Jeffries’ attorney, Ariel Mitchell, in April 2021 at a bar in Miami. Thielen claims Mitchell smelled like weed and was carrying a gun during the meeting.


Thielen, who was with Jeffries on the night of Trey’s alleged assault, also claimed that Mitchell offered her between $100,000 and $200,000 if she lied and claimed she witnessed Trey sexually assault Jeffries and also claimed Trey assaulted her. She also claimed Mitchell told her she was trying to portray Trey as “the next R. Kelly.”

Mitchell’s plan, according to the lady, was to take her allegations to Trey’s team in the hopes of reaching a monetary settlement, and her lies would help to increase that amount.


Thielen claims she turned down the offer and would not have lied for even $10 million. She then informed Trey’s legal team about the meeting.


Mitchell, on the other hand, has denied the claim, saying:


“We are confident that the court will find the witness guilty of perjury.” Given the witness’s inconsistent testimony during the hearing, the parties are still awaiting further instructions from the judges on how to proceed.”


Mitchell’s partner, George Vrabeck, withdrew from the case, but only because “he will be representing me against the parties involved in this disgraceful motion brought by Trey Songz and his representatives.”

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