Chris Brown Assault Accuser Drops Case
The newest assault case involving Chris Brown has already been dropped two weeks after it was filed.
As Gossip Cop reported, a woman alleged she was forcibly thrown off Brown’s bus in Colorado earlier this month when she refused to hand over her cell phone, per his camp’s strict privacy rules. Security footage reportedly captured the woman upset outside the vehicle as her phone was tossed out. Brown wasn’t named as a suspect, but a person of interest with whom police wanted to speak.
The situation greatly angered Brown, who tweeted, “Funny how my name comes up in an investigation with no video evidence but the cops have a full video of n*ggas breaking in to my house. Let’s shine the light on real f*cking criminals. People looking for a come up. Hilarious!”
Now Brown is in the clear. The woman, whose name has not been released, has told local police she no longer wants to press charges and pursue her third-degree assault claim. Furthermore, officials have interviewed witnesses and didn’t find evidence that would warrant a prosecution, reports TMZ. The case is now considered inactive, and it would take an extraordinary turn of events for it to progress any further.
Brown, of course, has a long legal history dating back to his 2009 assault on Rihanna. He completed probation earlier this year. Now the singer’s legal team is trying to get Australia to allow him to enter the country for upcoming concerts, despite the government’s rules against granting access to convicted felons. TELL US: What do you think of the assault case essentially being closed?