Brian McKnight and Alana EvansSinger Brian McKnight isn’t usually at the center of controversy in the media, but over the weekend, he appeared on gossip blogs for an alleged rape that happened at his home back in 2008.

According to MediaTakeOut.com, porn star Alana Evans spilled the beans on Twitter (@AlanaEvansXXX) that she was raped by a man at the singer’s home during a party in December 2008, after she says she was allegedly drugged … all this happened while McKnight’s two teenage sons were there, but the singer was out of town for a performance.

After the incident, Evans claims she went to the police, but they refused to file a report.

“On December 16, 2008 I was raped by their friend in the maids quarters of Mcknights home — LAPD refused to file charges,” she tweeted. “I’ve been quiet way too long at it- f*** them- not anymore- more women are raped everyday and the police don’t help- why? Cuz boys lie”

Her tweets are private, but MTO got a hold of them.

In a statement to RadarOnline, McKnight denied the allegations, but says his camp is taking them very seriously.

“We take the accusations made by Ms. Evans very seriously,” McKnight said in a statement.

“I was made aware of a party at my house in my absence in December of 2008. I was in NYC, and both my boys (ages 15 & 17 at that time) were at the house with some friends. I can confirm that Ms. Evans was in fact at the house, as I discovered she provided some of the liquor.

“Being as I was not home at the time, I cannot speak absolutely regarding all the events of the evening, however my sons did inform me that due to Ms. Evans level of intoxication, that they placed her alone in a bedroom so she could ‘sleep it off.’ The next morning Ms. Evans stayed and socialized at the house until approximately 2PM.”

In her Twitter updates, Evans named Nicholas Hayes, who McKnight acknowledges in the statement.

McKnight goes on to say that two days after the party, the porn star contacted the police who came to the singer’s house and questioned his entire family, as well as Hayes.

“The police concluded that no rape had occurred, and no charges were ever filed. This information is all part of the official police report.

“Rape is a very serious matter, and not something we take lightly. I truly hope that Ms. Evans was not discriminated by the police because of her profession. I believe that the police concluded simply that no crime had taken place,” McKnight continued.

Before concluding his statement, he revealed that Hayes has not been banned from his home as allegedly by Evans.

According to Evans, the LAPD refused to press charges due to discrimination because of her profession.

“LAPD did nothing because I am a pornstar- so I guess that makes me less of a human to them,” Evan wrote.

“It just really hurt that they (lapd) wouldn’t help me- law says there’s is no consent when a woman is intoxicated- but it didn’t matter … The pig told the cops I was drunk- that I said I was horny and consented so the rape kit didn’t even matter”.

Stay tuned…