Trey Songz has been engulfed in legal drama throughout this year. The singer was sued by a police officer in June over an alleged assault that took place after his on-stage meltdown in Detroit in 2016 when the venue tried to shut down his concert. The officer alleged that Trey called him numerous "racially derogatory expletives" during the arrest, but the singer is shutting down those claims.

Sgt. Robert Avery claims that Trey Songz hurled racial slurs in his direction, including calling him a "honkey" and "cracker," but according to court documents obtained by The Blast, the singer is denying those claims entirely. Now, he's demanding that the entire lawsuit against him for allegedly assaulting the police officer be thrown out completely.

Avery was working at Trey Songz Detroit concert in 2016 when the singer went on a rampage and began to throw equipment before allegedly hitting a man in the crowd. Avery claims that while he was trying to arrest Songz, the singer began to get aggressive and allegedly punched him in the face. The officer claimed Songz was inebriated and "shouted numerous expletives to the officers, including racially derogatory expletives, such as: ‘F**k you, cracker white motherf**ker,’ ‘Don’t touch me, you white motherf**ker,’ ‘F**k you all honkeys,’ and ‘F**k the police.”

The cop also claims that he suffered injuries after he fell and hit his head during the alleged altercation.

The case is ongoing. We'll keep you posted on any updates.