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Chris Brown arrested for felony assault

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WASHINGTON, DC – Chris Brown found himself behind bars in Washington, DC on Sunday morning after being arrested on felony charges.

According to Washington Metropolitan police, Brown and his body guard, Christopher Hollosy, were arrested Sunday morning at 4:25 a.m. outside the W Hotel and are being held at the 2nd District police station.

The victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment of his injuries.

Brown’s twitter feed said the 24-year-old was in Washington to host a “homecoming party” at The Park at Fourteen nightclub on Saturday.

According to Metropolitan Police, Brown got into an argument with a man outside the W Hotel on K Street. The victim said he was hanging out with friends at the W when they saw 2 women getting ready to take a picture with Brown.

The victim and his friend photo bombed the 2 women, which is when Brown punched the victim, breaking his nose. The victim has stated he may require surgery.

According to police Brown was heard saying, “I’m not into this gay s**t, I’m into boxing,” just before punching the victim.

This does not bode well for Brown.

This arrest could set the stage for a violation of his probation and send the singer to jail, something the Los Angeles District Attorney has been trying to do for some time.

Brown has been dodging jail time since his arrest in 2009 for punching Rihanna while driving a rented Lamborghini on a Hollywood street. The altercation left Rihanna bruised and bloody on the eve of the Grammy Awards.

Read: Chris Brown avoids hit-and-run charges

Brown entered a guilty plea and received five years’ probation and ordered to spend more than 1,400 hours in “labor-oriented service.” However, Brown came under fire earlier this year for forging documents showing he had completed his service.

Los Angeles prosecutors filed probation violation charges against Brown  after the prosecution investigated his log of service for completing his probation. The prosecution could not validate his community service hours. They charged that Brown falsified documents and are sought to have him redo his service in Los Angeles County. According to Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray, their investigation “provided no credible, competent or verifiable evidence that defendant Brown performed his community labor as presented to this court.”

Brown was ordered to complete an additional 1,000 hours of community services for the violation.

Brown has continued to have anger management issues and problems with women in general. Most recently he went on a rant about women while performing at the Emerson Theatre in Hollywood.

Read: Brown threatens valet

In a video posted on TMZ.com, Brown told the audience that a man should keep a woman in her place. We won’t quote it all here since it was pretty crude. Suffice it to say he told the crowd, “So every person in this motherf**king building, if you got a bad b**ch you better say that sh*t to her, or she might f**k another n*gga.”

In a fender bender Brown went “ballistic” on the woman in the other vehicle, causing charges to be filed.

Brown also threatened a parking valet after the attendant wanted to, of all things, get paid.

There was that brawl earlier this year between Brown and fellow artist Frank Ocean a number of months ago. Ocean ended up dropping the charges.

Let’s not forget the incident involving Brown throwing a chair through a plate glass window while being interviewed on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” this after being asked a question about him punching Rihanna.

Read: Chris Brown picks a fight with Frank Ocean

Anger management issues?

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin will get to decide on November 20, since the singer is scheduled for a probation status hearing.

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Chris Brown avoids hit-and-run charge

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LOS ANGELES, CA – Chris Brown avoided a hit-and-run charge on Thursday after a Los Angeles judge dismissed the charge against Brown. Evidently the other motorist and Brown were able to resolve the matter themselves. However, Brown still could face jail time.

Brown allegedly ran into the rear of another car on May 21 in Los Angeles and then after berating the other drive fled the scene.

The 24-year-old R&B singer pleaded not guilty to the hit-and-run charge last month after charges for driving without a valid license and driving without proof of insurance were dismissed.

The Los Angeles city attorney followed up with charges of hit-and-run leading a judge to revoke Brown’s probation, which could cost Brown some jail time.

Brown has been on probation since 2009 for assaulting Rihanna, his girlfriend at the time. A conviction is not necessary to show that the Grammy winning singer violated his probation.

Prosecutors were furious as they objected to the judge dismissing the charges. They maintain that Brown had acted aggressively and “castigated” the driver after the accident, ultimately fleeing the area.

It’s not over.

Brown is due back in court on Friday for a probation hearing.

Prosecutors are alleging that investigators were unable to find any credible evidence that Brown completed his community service. Prosecutors had asked for more time to collect evidence to prove their point. They have also been focusing on Browns recent anger-management issues including verbally attacking a valet parking attendant and his fight with Frank Ocean.

Chris Brown collapses at recording studio

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LOS ANGELES, CA – Chris Brown suffered a seizure early Friday morning and was rushed to the hospital.

According to a statement released Friday night, the singer collapsed at the Record Plant recording studio in Hollywood in the early morning hours of Friday.

“Chris suffered a non-epileptic seizure (NES). … His doctor tended to him this afternoon and attributes the NES to intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress, both due to the continued onslaught of unfounded legal matters and the nonstop negativity.”

Read: Chris Brown may have falsified documents

We’re thinking the doctor is not qualified to determine whether or not Browns legal matters are “unfounded,” but be that as it may, obviously Brown is a pressure cooker waiting to explode.

It’s not like brown isn’t known for his anger management issues – more so than his music.

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Read: Chris Brown Frank Ocean feud continues

The troubled 24-year-old became a trending topic on Twitter under the hashtag PrayForChrisBrown after the statement was released.

Read: Chris Brown goes on rant about women

Brown has had nothing but bad press for years and continues to created legal problems for himself. Just last week Brown found himself in front of yet another judge on a hit-and-run-charge. He pleaded not guilty.

For all you Chris Brown fans – don’t hate on the CelebrityExaminer – We couldn’t possibly make this stuff up.

Rihanna posts sexy photo

Rihanna's posted photo on Instagram

Rihanna’s posted photo on Instagram

 

Rihanna posted a photo of her rear-end yesterday to her Instagram account.

The 25-year-old pop star posted the close-up of her finely honed, barely covered rear, with a caption telling everyone that she was on the set of her new music video.

Rumor has it this was a pot-shot at her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown.

Earlier in the week Brown and Rihanna were going after each other in a battle of tweets and Instagram photos, with Rihanna posting a photo that read, “If I drop all of my hoes for you and we still don’t work out you owe me some hoes.”

Chris Brown heads back to court

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Reuters reports that Chris Brown and his attorney met with Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Brandlin in private chambers on Friday to discuss allegations that the R&B singer cut corners on his community service.

In early February, Judge Brandlin order the 23-year-old to appear on April 5 (Friday), in order to give the prosecution time to evaluate the evidence Brown originally submitted confirming his community service. However, the prosecution is still collecting evidence and requested additional time, so the judge order Brown to appear back in court on June 10.

The community service was a result of his assault on fellow singer and girlfriend Rihanna. Brown was assigned 180 days of community service and five years’ probation. The community service had to be manual labor, such as roadside cleanup. He requested to perform the community service in his home state of Virginia.

Read: Brown shows up to court with Rihanna

According to Brown he logged 701 hours in seven months, leading prosecutors to question the validity of his documentation. Previously, on another unrelated charge, he had taken two years to complete the same amount of time.

The prosecution investigated his log of service and has not been able to validate his community service hours. They charge that Brown falsified documents and are seeking to have him redo his service in Los Angeles County. According to Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray, their investigation “provided no credible, competent or verifiable evidence that defendant Brown performed his community labor as presented to this court.”51HUvlYAxnL

Brown continues to have anger management issues and problems with women in general. Most recently he went on a rant about women while performing at the Emerson Theatre in Hollywood.

Read: Brown threatens valet

In a video posted on TMZ.com, Brown told the audience that a man should keep a woman in her place. We won’t quote it all here since it was pretty crude. Suffice it to say he told the crowd, “So every person in this motherf**king building, if you got a bad b**ch you better say that sh*t to her, or she might f**k another n*gga.”

Let’s see, there was that valet attendant Brown threatened after the attendant, of all things, wanted to get paid.

Oh yeah, what about that little brawl between Brown and fellow artist Frank Ocean a couple of months ago? Ocean ended up dropping the charges.

And who can forget that minor incident involving Brown throwing a chair through a plate glass window while being interviewed on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” this after being asked a question about him punching Rihanna.

Read: Chris Brown picks a fight with Frank Ocean

Anger management issues?

We’ll have to wait until June to learn the fate of the angry Chris Brown.

Chris Brown goes on rant about women

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Chris Brown goes on a rant about women as he tells the men in the audience to essentially put the b*tches in their place.

We’ll get to that in a bit, but first we here at Celebrity Examiner would like to thank the rapper for his offstage antics and overall bullying mentality.

Without the boy genius we wouldn’t have anyone to poke fun at.

Yes, we here at Celebrity Examiner can make fun of the pop-star because we are well outside the reach of his screaming outbursts, lanky arms, and his entourage of angry bodyguards.

This rapping ball of energy has been on probation since 2009 after assaulting fellow pop-star Rihanna.

And yes he continues to struggle with anger management issues.

So let’s break down his behavior while on probation leading up to his recent dump on women.

Community service
As a result of his assault on Rihanna, Brown was assigned 180 days of community service and five years probation. The community service had to be manual labor, such as roadside cleanup. He requested to perform the community service in his home state of Virginia.

Read: Brown shows up to court with Rihanna

According to Brown he logged 701 hours in seven months, leading prosecutors to question the validity of his documentation. Previously, on another unrelated charge, he had taken two years to complete the same amount of time.

The prosecution investigated his log of service and has not been able to validate his community service hours. They charge that Brown falsified documents and are seeking to have him redo his service in Los Angeles County. According to Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray, their investigation “provided no credible, competent or verifiable evidence that defendant Brown performed his community labor as presented to this court.”

Anger Management
During an interview in 2011 on ABC’s ‘Good Morning America,’ Brown was asked about his punching Rihanna. He responded by throwing a chair through a plate glass window.

More recently, Brown got into a scuffle with Frank Ocean in what was initially called a brawl. A few days after the altercation Ocean declined to press charges, leaving officials with no choice but to drop their investigation into the allegations that Brown struck Ocean.

Read: Chris Brown picks a fight with Frank Ocean

Just last week Brown was taped threatening a valet after attending a charity function. Brown came to get his keys and the valet informed him there was a $10 charge. Brown responded the only way he knows how, “Gimme my keys … we gonna turn this whole spot up … I promise you,” he threatened.

Read: Brown threatens valet

Problem with women
While performing at the Emerson Theatre in Hollywood last week Brown went on a rant while onstage. Not just any rant either, one pointed specifically at women and their place in a relationship.

In a video posted on TMZ.com, Brown told the audience that a man should keep a woman in her place. We won’t quote it all here since it was pretty crude. Suffice it to say he told the crowd, “So every person in this motherf**king building, if you got a bad b**ch you better say that sh*t to her, or she might f**k another n*gga.”

Conclusion
Will making comments like this cause Rihanna to rethink their relationship?

Will he finally have to face his anger management issues, or will his celebrity status win the day?

Maybe Lindsay Lohan and him should pair up?

The 23-year-old Brown has a lot of growing up to do, so stay tuned. We think we’ll have plenty to write about in the months ahead.

Chris Brown threatens valet over $10

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In a not so surprising outburst, Chris Brown threatened to “turn this whole spot up,” over $10.

The 23-year-old singer was attending a charity event for inner city youths at the PINZ bowling alley in Studio City, CA. Having been in the bowling alley for only a short period of time, the troubled singer exploded when the valet informed him he owed $10, refusing to give Brown the keys.

Read: Chris Brown picks a fight with Frank Ocean

TMZ obtained a video of the incident where Brown can be heard yelling at the valet, “Gimme my f*cking keys … f*ck ten dollars.”

Brown then threatened to tear the place up saying, “Gimme my keys … we gonna turn this whole spot up … I promise you.”

That’s about the time someone from his entourage coughed up the $10, defusing the situation.

Just last month the singer found himself back in court facing accusations that he failed to complete his community labor sentence for the beating of Rihanna in 2009, with the prosecution bringing up several examples of ongoing anger management issues.

Chris Brown chased by paparazzi crashes Porche

Chris-BrownYesterday the Grammy Award winning Chris Brown totaled his car while being “ruthlessly pursued by paparazzi,” that according to his representative.

The singer was driving to a Symphonic Love Foundation event in Los Angeles when two vehicles cut him off. “The occupants jumped out with cameras and aggressively approached his vehicle,” Brown’s representative said in a statement, “In an effort to remove himself from the situation, he began to back down an alley, at which point he was cut off by two additional vehicles.”

Beverly Hills police questioned Brown after crashing his black Porsche into the wall Saturday afternoon. “Brown stated that he was being chased by paparazzi, causing him to lose control of his vehicle,” police said in a statement.

This is just the latest incident involving celebrities and paparazzo.  In January a photographer was struck and killed by a car while attempting to take pictures of Justin Bieber in his Ferrari. Bieber was being ticketed for speeding and claimed he was being chased by the same photographer who was killed.

Read: Rihanna opens up about Chris Brown to Rolling Stone

On Friday rock legends Steven Tyler and Mick Fleetwood convinced a Hawaii Senate committee to approve a bill designed to protect celebrities or anyone else from intrusive paparazzi.

The so-called Steven Tyler Act was approved after the rockers said they wanted to fiercely protect what little privacy they have as public figures. The bill gives people the ability to sue photographers who take photos or video of their private lives in an “offensive way”, such as using telephoto lenses or other advanced equipment to record them on their private properties.

Chris Brown has been in the news quite a bit recently when he was in a fight with Frank Ocean, and then again when the L.A. District Attorney’s office questioned documentation submitted by Brown that he completed his community service in Virginia.

 

 

 

Chris Brown shows up to court with Rihanna

Chris BrownAccording to TMZ, Chris Brown returned to court today with girlfriend Rihanna in tow as he faced allegations that he failed to complete his community labor sentence for the beating of Rihanna in 2009.

As the troubled singer entered the courtroom Rihanna blew him a kiss. After the brief hearing the two newly-reunited lovebirds were seen leaving together.

Prosecutors are alleging that investigators were unable to find any credible evidence that Brown completed his community service. In a motion filed Tuesday the prosecution also focused attention on several past incidents that demonstrate Brown’s ongoing anger management issues.

Read about how Chris Brown totals his Ferrari

The prosecution cited a recent fight between Brown and fellow singer Frank Ocean, and a 2011 incident when Brown threw a chair through a window after he was asked about his beating of Rihanna while being interviewed on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

When Brown pleaded guilty to the attack on Rihanna, Brown requested to serve his 180 days of community service in his home state of Virginia. It was stipulated that he had to perform manual labor such as roadside cleanup.

According to Brown he logged 701 hours in seven months, leading prosecutors to question the validity of his documentation. This was due in part that he had previously taken two years to complete the same amount of time in another case.

Rihanna opens up about Chris Brown to Rolling Stone

“This inquiry provided no credible, competent or verifiable evidence that defendant Brown performed his community labor as presented to this court,” Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray wrote.

Brown supposedly spent time waxing floors during the night shift at the Tappahannock Children’s Center, a day care center his mother used to serve as director and he had spent time as a child.

“Claims that the defendant cleaned, stripped and waxed floors at that location have been credibly contradicted,” prosecutors said in the filing. This was after L.A. investigators interviewed the floor cleaner of the day care facility, contradicting Brown’s claim.

Murray wrote in the filing that Brown’s service was “at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting.”

Superior Court Judge James Brandlin scheduled another hearing for April 5 and required Brown to meet with his probation officer within 48 hours to discuss the matter.

Sheriff’s officials have backed down from seeking charges against Brown in the recent fight with Ocean, mainly due to Ocean declining to press charges, leaving authorities with little to go on.

Chris Brown may have falsified documents lied to prosecutors

Chris BrownProsecutors today asked a judge to revoke Chris Brown‘s probation, claiming there is a lack of credible evidence that Brown completed his community service after being sentenced for beating Rihanna.

The prosecutors also believe that Chris Brown has ongoing anger management issues, this based on several incidents including throwing a chair through a window after a “Good Morning America” interview, when he was asked about his abuse of Rihanna on the eve of the 2009 Grammy Awards. The report also cites Brown’s Jan. 27 fight with R&B singer Frank Ocean.

The motion filed Tuesday cites numerous discrepancies and claims that Brown essentially was unsupervised.

Brown’s attorney, Mark Geragos, has told the Associated Press that it was frivolous and defamatory and he planned to seek sanctions against prosecutors.

Sheriff’s officials have backed down from seeking charges against Brown in the recent fight with Ocean, mainly due to Ocean declining to press charges, leaving authorities with little to go on.

LA prosecution investigators have been questioning Brown’s community service in Virginia for some time now, so this move comes as no surprise. Prosecutors are asking the judge to order the singer to repeat his entire 180-day service in Los Angeles.

Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray wrote, “This inquiry provided no credible, competent or verifiable evidence that defendant Brown performed his community labor as presented to this court,” she went on to write that the documents provided was, “at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting.”

The prosecution motion states, “Claims that the defendant cleaned, stripped and waxed floors at that location have been credibly contradicted.” A professional floor cleaner working at the daycare facility told investigators that he had been cleaning the floors throughout the months Brown reported cleaning.

The filing went on to allege that Brown violated his probation by engaging in several violent outbursts, none resulting in an arrest of charges.

Brown is due in court Wednesday for his probation hearing.

 

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