Say what you will about the man, but there’s no denying that Chris Brown is a superstar of epic proportions. Some have even taken to labeling him this generation’s Michael Jackson, lofty praise if speaking strictly on
Chris Brown has scored a legal victory in his Florida criminal case. The “No Guidance” singer won’t be charged with battery for allegedly punching a photographer at a Tampa nightclub in 2017. Brown was arrested last year
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Felony charges against Chris Brown were dropped on Monday (Aug. 19), one year after the singer was arrested following a concert in West Palm Beach, Florida, for an outstanding felony battery charge related to an alleged attack at a nightclub
It appears Chris Brown will no longer be fighting his felony charge in the state of Florida anymore. A representative for Hillsborough County courts confirmed to Florida News10 this morning that the felony battery charge against the R&B singer