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Lawsuit names Browns running back Trent Richardson

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A lawsuit has been filed and it names Browns running back Trent Richardson and others. Two women say they got attacked at a party. They claim Richardson called for the attack.

The suit says the incident happened at a house party at the home of Trent Richardson, a party celebrating a Browns win over the Chiefs.

A woman says she'd had a relationship with Richardson's brother. She asked about him. And the suit says Richardson asked the women to leave, and then he flew into a rage.

It goes on to say Richardson called on his girlfriend and others to beat up the women.

The suit also names Richardson's brother, his girlfriend and two other unnamed friends.

We're still working to find out more about all this.

A Browns spokesperson told 19 Action News, "The Cleveland Browns are aware of the lawsuit against Trent Richardson. We will have no further comment at this time."

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