It’s good news for Chris! A witness to the fight on Oct. 27 has come forward to tell what he saw — and if true, not only could all charges be dropped, but he also could be free from any probation revocation!
Chris Brown may not have even been involved in the fight that landed him in jail! According to official D.C. documents, obtained by TMZ, a witness actually overheard the victim explaining the fight to police — and it didn’t go down how the original report claimed!
Chris Brown’s Charges May Be Dropped After New Witness Speaks Out
The witness, who just happened to be outside the W Hotel in the early hours of Oct. 27, has come forward and told the cops he heard Isaac Adams Parker tell the police that the “Fine China” singer NEVER hit him.
TMZ has obtained the official documents, and added that the police claimed they never spoke with the witness.
And it only got more complicated from there — a Secret Service agent contacted the police to say that he also witnessed the fight and that he too heard the victim admit to police that Chris never hit him.
Chris was originally charged with felony assault, but after a hearing on Oct. 28, his charges were lowered to misdemeanor assault.
Chris Brown ‘Didn’t Hit Anyone’
If this turns out to be true, Chris, who is currently in a rehab facility for anger management, not only will be free of all charges, but it will also prevent his probation from being revoked.
Even though the fight took place in D.C., he could still face jail time in Los Angeles because he is still serving the five-year probation sentence from his 2009 assault on Rihanna.
“The D.C. incident could also result in his probation in California being revoked, and he could be given additional jail there,” attorney Darren T. Kavinoky told HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “However, a conviction from D.C. is not required to cause his California probation to be revoked.”
We’ve learned exclusively that Chris didn’t hit anyone and “damn sure didn’t use a gay slur,” as Isaac’s report stated. In the report, Isaac claimed that he tried joining a picture of Chris and his fans, and he replied with “I ain’t down with that gay sh-t, I feel like boxing,” before he and his bodyguard punched him.
However, Chris’ side of the story is that multiple men bum-rushed Chris and the entourage, trying to get on their tour bus and they were defending themselves.
So what do you believe, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Chris Brown is guilty?
— Emily Longeretta