Chris Brown has been released after he was detained in Paris after a woman filed a rape complaint with police.
The Daily Mail report he was released without charge.
While The Mirror also shared, that the French prosecutor's office announced this evening that the singer-songwriter had been released after a rape allegation was made against him.
On Monday, a judicial official told the Associated Press that Brown was detained on potential charges of aggravated rape and drug infractions. The official said Brown was still in custody on Tuesday, and could remain there for an additional two days while investigators decide whether or not to file preliminary charges, the AP reported.
Reuters reported that two other people were arrested with Brown.
“We confirm the detention in custody of Mr. Chris Brown and two other individuals on charges of aggravated rape and narcotics offenses. Police custody is still in progress,” the Paris Public Prosecutor’s Office tells PEOPLE in a statement. “The judicial action that will be given will not be communicated before the end of the custody.”
The “Loyal” singer, 29, was investigated by police after the woman, 24, alleged in a complaint filed to the 1st arrondisement commisseriat that she was raped by Brown at his hotel between Jan. 15 and 16, according to French outlet Closer. She claimed to have met Brown earlier at a nightclub on the street of Rue de Ponthieu.
The alleged rape is said to have occurred in Brown’s room at the Mandarin Oriental, which is a luxury hotel near Place Vendôme. The woman additionally claimed that Brown’s friend and his bodyguard also abused her.
On Monday, the Shade Room posted a photo of Brown smiling with his rumored girlfriend Ammika Harris while at Le Cirque Club in Paris.
Brown’s latest arrest follows a long string of run-ins with the law.