The woman named Michelle Gasper says that she and Chris dated back when they were both 14-years-old:
A Local Virginia native, Michelle Gasper, a 19 year old from Tappahannock, Virginia called her local radio station Saturday morning claiming that singer Chris Brown and herself had been in a relationship for over 2 years before he signed a record deal, and released his self-titled debut album in 2005. She claimed that the two first started dating in 2003, when they were both only 14 years old.
Gasper claims that the two engaged in unprotected sex numerous times, and she had agreed with Brown to acquire in an abortion before later giving birth to her now 4 year old son, Deshante Gasper in July 2004. Gasper also claimed that her relationship with Brown had persisted well during the time he first signed a record deal with the label, Jive Records in late 2004, but his mother, Joyce Hopkins insisted that he ended the relationship with Gasper, having the fear of the public knowing of him being the father of a child, which she thought would tarnish his future music career.
Gasper cried hysterically over the Essex County radio station implying that she wanted Brown to be in their 4 year old son’s life. The radio DJ, Maurice Hendricks questioned the truthfulness of Gasper’s allegations asking her why she would choose to speak out so many years later.
She then replied in saying that Brown’s mother, Joyce Hopkins had been sending her money for several years to help with her son, Deshante and to also remain silent about the situation. Gasper insisted that Brown needed to play a more fatherly role in their son’s life since he was getting older, and had begun to ask questions about his father’s existence.
Gasper remained on air for about 15 minutes while Hendricks continued to try to keep her calm. So far, there has been no comment from Brown’s publicist concerning these allegations. Chris Brown first entered onto the music scene in late 2005 with his hit single, “Run It”. His debut album has gone on to sell over 2 million copies in the U.S. alone.