Chris Brown has once again gotten himself out of his legal troubles, but this time around it was for something he actually didn't do. Specifically, he is not going to be charged for allegedly assaulting a girl at a nightclub.
After some of his neighbors raised hell, Chris Brown recently painted over the monsters he'd graffiti'd on the outside walls of his Hollywood home. But it looks like he found another (very expensive) canvas for his artwork: his girlfriend Karrueche Tran's $90,000 Porsche.
Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Yikes. Just after Chris Brown got the good news that his hit and run charge was dismissed, the 'Fine China' singer was slapped with another 1,000 hours of community labor -- not even community service. What happened?
Chris Brown was facing some potential jail time in a hit and run case, in which it was alleged that he left the scene of an accident without giving proper identification -- which Brown denies, seeing as he complained on Twitter that he did indeed give her his driver's license information. But because…
Chris Brown better be careful, because if lawyers and negativity cause his seizures, he may have another health problem on his hands soon. The 'Fine China' singer is getting sued over his brawl with Frank Ocean in late January.
Chris Brown suffered a seizure on Friday (July 9) in his recording studio, and he's now claiming it was brought on by his recent legal troubles and the fact that people have negative attitudes toward him.
While the cause of Lil Wayne's seizures was widely assumed to be a combination of codeine and a history of epileptic issues, Chris Brown is pointing the finger elsewhere for his own seizures: at the media and the courts. Of course.
Chris Brown was the subject of a 911 call early Friday morning, but not for any of the reasons you're probably thinking -- instead, it seems he was having a bit of a medical emergency after suffering a possible seizure.