Trey Songz got some major issues on his plate that he's dealing with right now. During All-Star Weekend in February, the R&B singer was accused of hitting a woman's face during a party. While the rapper has denied it, her legal team hasn't been playing any games. Last week, the woman's attorney, Lisa Bloom, successfully managed to file a restraining order against Trigga Trey. Today, the alleged victim spoke in detail about what occurred that evening.

During a press conference, Andrea Buera, gave her side of the story about what occurred during the night of the alleged assault. She gave a horrific account of what happened. 

"I was attending an after party when Trey began yelling at me, choking me, punching me and ultimately, he knocked me to the ground. While I was on the ground, he continued punching me." She said, "And he did not stop until his security guard pulled him off of me."

She later said she had to go to the hospital because of the severity of the assault.

"I had to go to the hospital because he hit me so hard I had a concussion and was throwing up from the migraines." She said.

Buera was in tears on the podium. She concluded by asking for an apology from Trey Songz as well as the other people who stood-by while the incident happened.

"I've opted into doing this press conference today because I'd like to stand-up for myself. As a victim of a crime, as a woman and as a mother." She said, "Trey, you know what you did. And you know what you did was wrong. To those of you who stood and watched and did nothing, you know what you did was wrong too. Trey, I'd like an apology, I want you to get help. And although I'm not your first victim, I'd like to be your last."

Watch the full clip below.