R&B singer pleaded not guilty to assault
After getting involved in a fight recently, singer Chris Brown pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor assault on Monday, October 28. The R&B singer is facing a possible jail term of six months and a fine worth $1,000 if he is convicted of the charge.
The charge stemmed from an incident that too kplace on October 27 outside the W Hotel in Washington where he and his body guard, Christopher Hollosy, who also pleaded not guilty, allegedly punched Parker Adams. In the incident report obtained from the Metropolitan Police Department, Adams was punched by Brown and Hollosy after he tried to jump in on a picture being taken of the singer and two women. In the court documents, Brown denied punching Parker, who was treated in the hospital after suffering a broken nose.
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