Updated, Monday, October 28, 6:50 p.m. E.T.: Charges against Chris Brown have been reduced to misdemeanor simple assault. The R&B singer was supported by his mother and friend, Trey Songz (pictured below at courthouse). Breezy did not enter a plea at a hearing Monday evening in Washington, D.C. He faces up to 180 days in jail if convicted. While exiting the back of the courtroom he waved to fans, but did not make a statement.
Associated Press reports that his next court date is November 25.
Chris Brown made his exit from a DC Courtroom to a scene that was not much short of pandemonium and TMZ managed to get footage of the whole chaotic thing. Take a look at the scene below! Chris Brown made his exit from a DC Courtroom a little while ago to a scene that was not much short of pandemonium and TMZ managed to get footage of the whole chaotic thing. Take a look at the scene below!
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TMZ just spoke with the victim. He tells us Chris broke his nose and he may need surgery as early as tomorrow morning. The victim confirmed he and a friend photo bombed the two women who were taking a picture with Brown when Chris went nuts. The victim says he’s not a Chris Brown fan … and was just hanging with a couple girls at the hotel when he saw the singer outside. The victim says he doesn’t understand why Brown would be “so homophobic” to hurl such a slur. And get this … the victim says he would have accepted an apology at the scene, but now he will absolutely press charges — and he already has a lawyer.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ how the fight was triggered. Two woman approached Brown in front of the W Hotel and asked to take a picture with him. As the pic was about to be taken, 2 men rushed over to get in the photo. We’re told Chris then said, “I’m not into this gay s**t, I’m into boxing,” and threw a punch at the alleged victim. The fight was then taken to the ground.
Trey Songz Supports Chris Brown + Charges Reduced To Misdemeanor but What’s Next? was originally published on newsone.com