Chris Brown Says The D.A. From His Rihanna Assault Is Out To Get Him
He could be right, but is she wrong?
Chris Brown has been in and out of trouble with the law since he assaulted Rihanna in 2009. While many are dissatisfied with Chris Brown’s community service punishment, and angry that a man who hit a woman continues to be a successful pop star, the charges did continue to plague Brown in various ways. Obviously, he has an aggressive streak in the first place, but he regularly argues that the media exaggerates his anger issues for ratings. So do many of his friends.
Brown’s latest drama involves beauty queen Baylee Curran, who called the cops on Tuesday alleging that Brown had pulled a gun on her in his Los Angeles mansion. Curran hasn’t seemed like the most reliable complainant, but Brown exacerbated matters when he refused the LAPD entry to investigate, forcing them to seek a search warrant.
TMZ is now reporting that the cops had originally intended not to arrest Brown, even if he was being a pain in the ass, but the D.A. prosecutor Mary Murray pushed them to do. Murray and Brown have a long history. She was the prosecutor in Rihanna’s case, and pushed for jail time for Brown. She also had his hours of community service thrown out, which he tweeted angrily about in 2013, calling her a racist:
It may be that Murray has it out for Brown, or still believes justice has never been served for what he did to Rihanna. Only time will tell, and since Brown’s been charged with a felony, it’ll probably become clearer real soon.