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Chris Brown Won’t Face Charges

Filed under : Celebrity News

It is most likely that Chris Brown will not face a probation violation after the window of his dressing room on the set of “Good Morning America” was smashed on Tuesday. And we can also reveal to you that Chris Brown pre-approved the questions about his assault on his then girlfriend, Rihanna which apparently had him so fired up!

Fellow musician Suga Shane spoke up in defense of his friend, saying:
“It’s better Chris Brown did it to a window rather than a person.”

A studio representative said:
“The police weren’t called, and unless ABC decides to call the NYPD, no action will be taken against Brown, who is still on probation.”

It seems they are not going to do that, since no-one actually saw Chris break the window. That seems to have been a lucky escape for Brown who is on 5 years’ probation for his felony assault conviction after an attack on Rihanna.

“He’s a cool regular guy until someone pushes his buttons,” his friend Suga said.

But what then? His buttons get pushed and he turns into a violent room trashing, woman beating psycho? It’s not much of a brag!

After the incident, Chris Brown tweeted, “the media is just trying to bring you down… DONT LET THEM!!!!!” He just didn’t want to answer anything about the Rihanna incident, feeling that it was closed and that he was paying his dues there.

Yeah, don’t let them ask you questions you already approved, huh? Sheesh! But Brown has been praised by Judge Patricia Schnegg, as a “model probationer” who is getting through his domestic violence counseling. That next session could be interesting. Is somebody going to ask him about “Good Morning America”!

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