‘Bad Girls Club’ Alum Winter Blanco Breaks Silence On Alleged 2018 Trey Songz Physical Assault + Shares Why She Waited To Come Forward

Winter Blanco, Trey Songz

 ‘Bad Girls Club’ Alum Winter Blanco Breaks Silence On Alleged 2018 Trey Songz Physical Assault + Shares Why She Waited To Come Forward

Another woman has come forward with allegations against Trey Songz.

“Bad Girls Club” alum Winter Blanco is ready to share her truth. During the latest episode of her podcast “Behind The Likes,” the influencer spoke publicly for the first time about allegedly being assaulted by singer Trey Songz in 2018. According to Winter Blanco, real name Kaila Wilkey, she was friends with the “Bottoms Up” artist for years without any hiccups until one day when things took a tragic turn. Recalling the purported incident with her co-host, Chy Fontenette, she claimed,

“He put his hands on me and I never talked about it. This is the first time I’ve ever talked about this publicly, I really don’t give a f*ck anymore. He put his hands on me, scared the f*ck out of me and I never said anything.”

Winter Blanco

After sharing that she never went to the police or answered calls from lawyers representing other women with assault claims against Trey Songz, born Tremaine Neverson, she elaborated,

“At the time there were girls settling for like $100,000, $200,000 and I never did it. In 2020, when that girl came out saying that he raped her, I had her lawyer reach out to me…and I was like ‘I can’t be a part of it.’ But like, now where I am in my life, I’m tired of letting abusers get away with so much sh*t.”

Explaining why she waited to come forward, Winter Blanco candidly shared,

“I was not going to ever talk about it because [at the time] I was still trying to do music and I was just like, ‘I don’t want this to affect my career.’”

Detailing the aftermath of the alleged incident, Winter claimed,

“I was with a group of friends when it happened, they didn’t see it happened but I went and got in the car with them after and I had like, marks on my neck and scratches on my neck. All my nails were broken, my hands were bleeding, my knees were scraped up and sh*t.”


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Winter expressed that instead of taking accountability for what (allegedly) occurred, Trey Songz texted her the following day and tried to “gaslight” her into believing she was drunk.

“[Trey Songz] was like, ‘Oh, I don’t know what you think happened but you were drunk and you hit me….And I was like, “You are not going to trick me and play with my mind. I know what you did to me and you’re not going to convenience me otherwise.”

Winter noted that the reported assault took place after she filmed for the no-longer-running series “Bad Girls Club,” and she felt the reputation gained following the show would have played a hand in people not taking her allegations seriously.

As you may know, Winter is not the first woman to make assault allegations against the R&B singer. Over the years several women have made claims against him, including well-known former University of Las Vegas basketball player Dylan Gonzalez. In 2022,  She alleged she was previously raped by Trey Songz at a Las Vegas hotel. Trey Songz denied her allegations.

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Authored by: Twila-Amoure McDaniel