Written by Tatyana Jenene @TatyanaJenene
God always protect children and fools is how the old saying goes, so I guess we all shouldn’t be shocked that even though Chris Brown plead guilty to simple assault, he’s still a free man. Last time Chris Brown went to court for his Washington DC case, he rejected the plea deal,(Read: Chris Brown Rejects Plea Deal, Singer Will Go To Trial In September) rumors circulated all weekend that when Chris Brown returned to DC court on September 2nd, he would take a new plea deal that the District Attorney offered.
With Karrueche by his side Chris Brown plead guilty to one count of simple assault. After the guilty plea Chris Brown said “I’m Sorry” to the judge and the court and his lawyer said that Chris’ career was derailed for the last year and he would like to go back on tour. Prosecutors told the judge that Chris Brown admitted that he punched the victim with a fist and broke his nose.
The judge gave Chris Brown credit for the two days in DC lockup as time served, he will receive no probation and has to pay a DC court fee of $150.00.The judged said today (Sept. 2nd) in court “I feel he has suffered the consequences.” He was facing 180 days in jail if he would’ve went to trial.
Chris Brown is still under mandatory drug testing twice a week for LA probation and there is still a civil suit in this DC assault case pending.
Chris Brown’s bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, who was found guilty back in April for assault, is still fighting for a new trial in this case, based on new evidence. When asked about the new evidence he said “Stay tuned, there’s more to come, I want to keep you busy for a few more weeks.”
Chile, Chris Brown done went down to da after party bar, got drunk bootz, and damn near feel dead to da bed. Breezy was so trashed that he had to be carried out by two guys. Barely able to walk, Brown jumped in an orange Lambo where Karate Cooch (Karrueche Tran) was waiting to drive him home. I’m not going to judge ole Chris, because we all have had too much to drink a time or two. However, I will say this does not look good with him just getting out of jail and him having done that small stint in rehab.
Written by guest writer Tatyana Jenene @TatyanaJenene
Chris Brown showed up in court this afternoon (June 25th) to answer the charges of assault from an October 2013 incident in Washington D.C. in which a fan was allegedly attacked by Brown and his bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy after a heated altercation outside of the W Hotel. Back in April Hollosy was found guilty of misdemeanor assault, Hollosy planned to appeal his verdict which lead to his refusal to testify in Brown’s trial for the same assault because he didn’t want to say anything that would hurt his chances of an appeal. The trial was pushed back until June with the hopes that Brown would accept the plea deal presented by the prosecution and Brown would not have to serve any further jail time. Well, in true Christopher Maurice Brown fashion he decided to “go against the grain” (August Alsina’s voice) and reject the plea deal.
What happened?! Plea deal talks between prosecutors and Brown’s attorney went left after discussions over the “public statement” Brown would have to make in court, this statement is basically what Brown would have to admit his part was in the incident. Prosecutors wanted Brown to accept responsibility for assault, but doing so would expose him on the $3 million civil lawsuit filed by the victim, Parker Adams. Adams suffered a broken nose as well as other injuries the night of the incident and filed a civil suit for medical bills and pain and suffering. Brown and the Prosecution couldn’t agree on the facts of that October night, so a trial date has been set for September 8th, 2014. Continue reading
Chile since being fired from LHHATL with that boring ass story line, DJ Baby Drew aka Chris Brown’s DJ has been a little unreliable with those child support payments. I guess Chris Brown being looked up for 1/4th a year isn’t making matters any better.
Sources close to Mieko Love (Drew’s 1st child’s mother) say since Drew stopped receiving a minimum wage check from Mona Scott-Young that his child support payments have not been coming in on time. The gag is, it’s being reported that Drew is pushing a Range Rover and a BMW. Shidddd why feed your child when you’re car note is due right?
Damn Drew! Oh well, blame it on Chris Brown. That seems to be what everyone else is doing these days. Reports are saying that Drew is also neglecting his daughter. Perhaps he’s out trying to find some other troubled artist to DJ for since Chris Brown’s payroll is on freeze right now. Quiet as its kept, on-time or late, at least Mieko is collecting. Chile, Fontain ain’t paid Nessa since 2009. They suspended his driver license, but that negro still be driving.
I wonder if Traci’s money is coming in on time. Imma call her…
Written by guest writer Tatyana Jenene @TatyanaJenene
Around Midnight PST Chris Brown was finally released from jail, after being in and out of jail and rehabilitation facilities in 2014. The singer was initially sentenced to one year in prison on May 9 for violating his probation received from the Rihanna assault case. The Judge reduced the sentence to 131 days after he was given credit for the 116 days he spent in rehab and the 59 days he spent behind bars awaiting trial. Brown severed 108 days of his 131 day sentence for violating probation.
However, Chris isn’t exactly in the clear, yet. He is still facing an assault charge stemming from an October 2013 altercation in Washington D.C. during Howard University’s Homecoming. The trial is tentatively set for later in June and was delayed due to the fact his bodyguard refused to testify on Brown’s behalf since he himself was found guilty in his assault case for the same incident If Chris is found guilty in that case, he could potentially face jail time as punishment, and could face even more jail time if it’s determined to be yet another parole violation by a California judge. Continue reading
Written by guest writer Tatyana Jenene
Earlier this month Chris Brown was extradited from a L.A. County jail to a local Washington D.C. jail via “Con Air” to stand trial alongside his bodyguard Christopher Hollosy for misdemeanor assault, from a 2013 attack on a fan during Howard University’s Homecoming. Initially when arrested, Brown was charged with felony assault for allegedly attacking a man outside of the W Hotel in Washington D.C. after a heated altercation on October 27, 2013. Both Brown and his bodyguard Hollosy were arrested and charged. Two days later the charges were reduced from felony to misdemeanor assault. Fast forward to January Brown -who is still on probation for his 2009 assault on then girlfriend Rihanna, rejected a plea deal from D.C. Prosecutors, proclaiming his innocence. Efforts by Brown’s lawyers to have the case dismissed were unsuccessful, but the judge in the case did agree to do the trial for Brown and Hollosy separate. Continue reading