Monday, 28 October 2013

Chris Brown "Hits" Again!; arrested for felony Assault..

Chris Brown Arrested for assault

Chris brown and a bodyguard were reportedly arrested Sunday morning and charged with felony assault.

The arrest could have serious legal consequence for Chris who is still serving probation for the felony domestic violence conviction relating to his 2009 attack on former girlfriend Rihanna.

Brown and bodyguard Christopher Hollosy allegedly attacked a man with their fists outside the W Hotel in downtown Washington at 4:25 a.m. yesterday morning.

The police incident report obtained by CNN identified the alleged victim as Isaac Adams Parker.

According to Parker he tried to jump into a photo that Brown was posing for with a female fan on the sidewalk when the singer said, "I'm not down with that gay s--t" and "I feel like boxing," Chris then punched him in the face with his closed fist also breaking his Nose.

Parker in a statement also tells TMZ he doesn't understand why Brown was "so homophobic" to hurl such a slur and would have accepted an apology at the scene, but now he will absolutely press charges and he's already hired a lawyer.

Parker said Brown's bodyguard who stands 6-foot-5 and weighs 240 pounds stepped between them and punched him in the face, then grabbed Brown by his arm and pulled him toward his tour bus, which was parked near by.

Brown and the bodyguard were taken into custody and were being held at the Second District police station,they were later transferred to a central jail cell block for processing.

Parker was treated and released at a hospital for treatment for a bruised and swollen face, police spokesman Anthony Clay told CNN.

Brown was in Washington to host a "homecoming party" at The Park at Fourteen nightclub Saturday night, according to his Twitter feed, just four blocks away from where he was arrested Sunday morning.

Brown is on probation in California for a felony domestic violence conviction involving Rihanna. Any arrest could be considered a violation of that probation, which could result in jail time.

He entered a guilty plea seven months later and was sentenced to serve five years probation and ordered to spend more than 1,400 hours in "labor-oriented service."
His probation reports were glowing until the past year, when the district attorney's office accused him of not completing the 1,400 hours of community labor, which he was allowed to do in his home state of Virginia.

In August, Brown's lawyer reached a settlement with prosecutors to end their efforts to revoke his probation. The deal called for Brown to complete another 1,000 hours of community service.
Probation rules require Brown to stay out of all legal trouble. Even an arrest that does not lead to a conviction could result in a probation violation charge.

He is scheduled to appear before Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin on November 20 for a probation status hearing.

Law enforcement sources say Chris did not appear to be under the influence of anything.


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