Attorneys for singer Chris Brown and prosecutors have been unable to reach a plea agreement in his assault case in Washington.
When singer Chris Brown was moved from a Los Angeles jail to Washington for what was to have been the start of his trial on an assault charge, the cost to taxpayers was more than $4,000.
This week one pop star reveals all (literally), another is released from jail, and another faces racism allegations.
Pastor Jamal Bryant of the Empowerment Temple in Baltimore is facing criticism this week after a video of him quoting singer Chris Brown’s song “Loyal” — the explicit version, not the radio edit — during a sermon.
Singer Chris Brown was released early Monday from a Los Angeles County jail, authorities said.
Chris Brown has admitted he violated his probation, and has been sentenced to serve an additional 131 days in jail.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office in D.C. has released photos of singer Chris Brown, his bodyguard and the man they have both been accused of assaulting outside a D.C. hotel in October.
Here’s what you may have missed, or if you didn’t, what’s worth re-reading this week (April 21-25).
A judge in Los Angeles has denied a request to release R&B singer Chris Brown from custody while he awaits trial on an assault charge in Washington, D.C.
Singer Chris Brown’s trial on an assault charge was put on hold for months Wednesday after prosecutors declined to grant immunity to his bodyguard, who would be a key witness in the case.