Posted Tue, March 22, 2011 12:25pm EDT

Chris Brown: Did He Smash Window At 'GMA' After Questions On Rihanna Assault? Exclusive Pics

Posted Tue, March 22, 2011 12:25pm EDT

Chris Brown stormed out of ‘GMA’ after a tough interview and tweeted: ‘I’m so over people bringing up this past sh*t!! Yet we praise Charlie Sheen and other celebs for their bullsh*t!’

When Good Morning America host Robin Roberts asked Chris Brown about getting over his past, referring to his assault on Rihanna, Chris strongly and repeatedly brought the conversation back to his new album, F.A.M.E., which drops March 22.

The album title, Chris told Robin, stands for “Forgetting All My Enemies.” Robin asked, “Enemies?” Chris replied, “Anybody who are naysayers and haters or whatever.”

After the interview, the New York Post reports that Chris stormed off the set saying “That wasn’t cool, man! That wasn’t cool,” and also claims Chris began screaming in a backstage room and that he smashed a window with a chair. The AP reports a GMA employee confirmed that Chris trashed the room and “broke a window with a chair.” TMZ adds that no one in the GMA studios saw Chris “throw the chair into the window … but he was definitely in the dressing room when the window was smashed.”

Keep in mind Chris is still on probation stemming from the 2009 assault.

HollywoodLife.com went down to the GMA studios in Times Square and can confirm that there was a smashed window and we took photos of the shattered glass on the street below.

We also spoke to an eyewitness who saw Chris storm out of the building shirtless shortly after the interview, with a large entourage in tow. Keep in mind it was 47 degrees but it actually felt like 39!

“Chris seemed really angry but he didn’t say anything,” says our source. “He just hopped into his black Escalade and left.”

Our eyewitness said ABC employees who escorted Chris outside the building told him, “Chris got upset after Robin asked him questions about Rihanna and after he went into the dressing room” the window was smashed.

Another source who was backstage with Chris, tells HollywoodLife.com that Chris was incredibly “fiesty” before the cameras began rolling. Our backstage source says Chris was really worried that GMA wouldn’t adhere to his interview requests after a shaky pre-interview and Chris kept saying: “What if that happens when they are filming?'”

Robin took to her Twitter to comment about the eventful morning: “Sure has been an interesting AM @GMA. Still sorting thru everything myself. Just my 2nd day on twitter, wonder what tomorrow will bring?”

Sources tell TMZ that Robin and other GMA staffers asked Chris if it was OK to question him about the Rihanna incident on Feb. 8 2009 and that Chris approved.

During the interview, Roberts asked Chris if he has been able to move on, he replied: “I’ve been focusing on this album instead of what happened. It’s definitely THIS ALBUM I’ve been wanting to talk about.”

Next came the inevitable question about his restraining order Rihanna had against him: “It’s not a big deal to me now.”

Brown tweeted right after the show: “All my fans!! This album is for you and only you!!! I’m so tired of everyone else!! Honestly!”

The ladies of The View discussed Chris’ incident on their morning talk show directly following the incident, and revealed that Chris has repeatedly declined to come on the show if they were going to ask him about Rihanna.

Police were not called to the scene. Reps for Chris have not returned our calls but ABC News has released the following statement: “As always, we ask questions that are relevant and newsworthy, and that’s what we did in this interview with Mr. Brown.”

Chris is scheduled to perform on Dancing With The Stars — but the question is — will ABC want him to come back?

WATCH CHRIS’ INTERVIEW WITH ROBIN ON GMA BEFORE HE ALLEGEDLY SMASHED A WINDOW!

— Bonnie Fuller with additional reporting by Chloe Melas

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Tyanna mcinnerney

Posted at 5:16 AM on May 9, 2012  

RIHANNA JUST DOING ALL THEM STUFF TO GET CHRIS BACK BUT RIHANNA HE DONT WANT U OKAYE GET IT?>>>>
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laila

Posted at 8:14 AM on July 14, 2011  

FTWW F.A.M.E WAS NUMBER 1 IN THE COUNTRY SOO SUK ITT ! :DDD just sayingg xx teambreezy

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nay 12nay34

Posted at 12:48 AM on April 29, 2011  

THNK ABOUT IT..RHIANNA HAD TO DO SUMTHNG TO TICK HIM OFF..LIKE SERIOUSLII THIS YOUNG BOY COMES OUT OF KNOW WHERE PUNCHING HIS GIRL FRIEND IN THE FACE..IM NOT SAYING IT WAS RITE WHAT HE DID..BUT SHE IS PART OF THE BLAME TO

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kilarious

Posted at 7:12 PM on March 25, 2011  

im sorry but, as much as i want to blame Chris, I feel for him this time. They obviously crossed the line, although I do not agree Chris Brown smash the window, I still understand how he feels :( poor fella. Focus on his music now! “With You” was, and is still better than alot of songs out there, proving he is talented! Move on people

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katy p

Posted at 11:17 AM on March 24, 2011  

what an ineresting tweet “yet we praise charile shen 4 there bulls__t” no one “praises’ charile sheen .imean the general publuc opinion of this guy ins getting better but its still not very good . Rigt now i wold say the aproval rate of him is 62.90% while rthianna ,the victem is like 89.45% imean peple like me think that chirs is an arsehole that needs a swift kick in the groin. i like is music but i for one wont be buying fame his album. because i dont think a womwn beater should be encuraged and supported. he needs to feel som pain*rihanna yoyu have my permission to set chris and his house on fire and btw id ont care u missed my wedin* and also he neded 2 go 2 jail

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WhoCares

Posted at 12:09 PM on March 25, 2011  

I love how Rihanna is portrayed as this innocent little victim that did nothing wrong (like most pretty women in America). If it was the other way around and Chris Brown was the one who got his face busted up everyone would be saying, “Chris, what did you do to set her off like that?”

And after Rihanna came out and did HER stupid fake apology everyone would forget it even happened. It seems like the prettier you are in America the less America holds you accountable for your actions. It takes Two to tango.

Domestic violence against men from women is a lot higher then people think but in a domestic violence case it seems like the women get the upper hand.

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Roberta

Posted at 7:54 AM on March 26, 2011  

You is one stupid m-effer. That woman’s face was BUSTED UP. What happened was she questioned the man who was sleeping with her about another woman. I think she was entitled to ask him what he is doing with other women.

His actions show he is not in control of his life or himself. He is a childish brute who is far from being a man. People buying his music after his actions are stupid childish idiots just like he is. And beating women beyond recognition doesn’t seem to bother them.

 
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Odale

Posted at 7:34 AM on April 6, 2011  

Ummmmmm, and you seriously need to learn how to spell. Focus on that before you get on someone elses case. #EPICFAIL

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katy p

Posted at 9:13 AM on April 8, 2011  

umm im 8 years old!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
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keyanna

Posted at 9:27 AM on March 24, 2011  

I think evryone should leave chris alone and move on. like he said in the interview on GMA it happen 2 years ago why are people still focusing on that. He did his time to his community so let him be. He is doing well he has a new album out and he is doing good so is Rehianna.

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Kristin

Posted at 11:33 AM on March 23, 2011  

“Winning.” Brown is such a loser. I hope people stop buying his stuff. There have to be consequences for violence against women & the only thing celebs like Brown seem to respond to is their bank account.
In regards to Sheen, I am not exactly sure that anyone is “celebrating” him. Personally, I have refused to watch his show from day one because of his history of disrespect of women. I think that it is unfortunate that people are only really paying attention to him when he goes off the wall on tv. People should have protested his behavior by not giving him ratings in the first place.

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majo

Posted at 11:08 AM on March 23, 2011  

Once a thug, always a thug.

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Keyy

Posted at 8:24 AM on March 23, 2011  

We all know about what Chris Brown has done in the past. To constantly have the past mistakes hung over you is frustrating, especially when you are trying to move forth with your life and better yourself. We all knew he has attended anger management classes so why bring up things that can possibly trigger that anger again. Personally, GMA knew what was at risk…..they provided the fuel to the fire and it burst into flames. Chris Brown could of handled it better because this will not most definitely be the first time he will get interviewed about Rhianna. He has to remember the success he has now and not dwell or get madd about the past. I see two faults……

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Kristin

Posted at 11:40 AM on March 23, 2011  

Unfortunately, DV is NOT about anger management. It’s a weak attempt to make it look like abusers are being held accountable & being reformed. The stats will show that this is an ineffective attempt at rehabilitation. DV is not a ‘past mistake’ but a pattern that is unlikely to only apply to his relationship with Rihanna. I actually really hope that he will defy the odds- it would be a positive thing for men and women as a whole if he is. But I think it may take a life time in order to demonstrate it.
(I have worked in the field of DV for years- there are many reliable sources for the stats. Celebs are no exception.)

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Marlon5678

Posted at 9:00 PM on March 22, 2011  

Chris Brown was setup. We all know he has a temper so GMA set him up for ratings. Robin should be reprimanded for her non-professional badgering and performance of a guest. Why is it so important to be so negative on a day that was supposed to be a happy one. His newly CD release.

Chris Brown is very talented, however the powers that be want to make him out to be a beast or some kind of villain. He stated 3 times to Robin that he was there to discuss the album. Tis black man has apologized and has paid his debt to society for his wrong doing.

I pray that if Robuin she has any kind of consciousness that she would apologize for her badgering. She was used as a pawn. Trust me her line of questions were already discussed before hand with her team.

Chris busting a window out isn’t so bad, im just glad he didnt throw Robin out of the window. The things people do for ratings.

Chris needs a new PR team that will make sure he as prepared questions before he interviews, period. This was freaking ridicoulous.

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Oslo Norway

Posted at 6:36 PM on March 22, 2011  

That stupid boy beat that girl badly…..He MUST and SHOULD be reminded everyday of his life….

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doesn't matter

Posted at 9:08 PM on March 22, 2011  

Should you be reminded of your HUGH mistakes on a daily basis? Think about it carefully before you answer. Cause it could happen. Or you may not have made your hugh mistake yet, but what if when you do and you are? Do you want it brought up every single day of your lift every minute of each and every day? Becareful what you ask for…

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Roberta

Posted at 7:58 AM on March 26, 2011  

He could have killed her. That was a brutal beating. If there wasn’t anything wrong with him, he wouldn’t have done it. End of story idiots.

 
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anonymous

Posted at 6:12 PM on March 22, 2011  

I am not surprised I watched that interview and was totally disgusted with Robin Roberts she kept going on and on about the Rhiana incident. Chris Brown is a young guy who I think have learned his lesson, and have paid his dues to society as was proposed by the judicial system. unlike Charlie Sheen and Mel Gibson who is a grwn a** men, he is young and seemed to have learned from his mistake, I am sure if Charlie Sheen guests on Good Morning America she would be all smiley and laughing to his childish antics. How would Robin Roberts like it if people keep harping at the fact that she is gay and keep bringing it up! Leave Chris Brown alone he is young and his mistakes was captured and worked on early!

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stan clark

Posted at 6:35 PM on March 22, 2011  

Please let me guess. The their racists right. Po Po black man. Couldn’t possibly be he is violent…noooooooooooo. Lets just throw a chair and break windows when something happens that we don’t like.
Whats so sad is people as yourself will never get it because of your attitude.

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joicey

Posted at 5:29 PM on March 22, 2011  

Abusers rarely change because they enjoy the power they have, and do not wish to give it up. Or the power they perceive to have. If you are in a abusive relationship and would like support go to http://www.verbalabuseawareness.proboards.com or verbalabuse.com but you have to call a phone # to get into the verbalabuse.com board.

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rhea

Posted at 4:54 PM on March 22, 2011  

I saw the interview with Chris Brown this morning and I have two schools of thought: one–everybody in America loves a comeback story, a story of redemption and beating the odds. Second, domestic violence is a HUGE issue and touches a nerve with a lot of people (who can forget those damning pictures after the Rihanna incident?). So, I’m happy that he’s served his time, admitted the mistake and moved forward….but it was CHRIS and his people who asked for that platform to debut his new CD, and he should be polished and professional enough to understand that he was in front of the camera being downright nasty and displaying the behavior that sidelined his career immediately afterward. He needs to be coached on how to launch a comeback or he might just not come back….talented or not.

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Marlon5678

Posted at 9:04 PM on March 22, 2011  

His team need to be fired. He should ave told the interviewee no questions regarding the Rihanna incident. Or they should have told chris to simply say. “For legal reasons, i can not discuss that situation’. robin was a plain Bitch.

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Kristin

Posted at 11:36 AM on March 23, 2011  

I don’t think he has really admitted fault. He spoke the words in a way that it seems like his PR team told him to. I don’t see Brown as a come back story. Unfortunately, the statistics are not in his favor- most abusers do not reform. there are many other things he could do, like talking openly about the situation no matter how much time has passed. It is a part of him and his image now forever, just like it is a scar for Rihanna that will never completely disappear.

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Evigrof

Posted at 4:42 PM on March 22, 2011  

Chris made a mistake and has done his time. Guy is extremely talented, admitted and learned from his mistake and trying to move on. We are all not perfect, we make mistakes and grow up and he has. How would you like it if someone rubbed all your past mistakes on your face every time you want to move ahead.seriously!!! so tired of it…if he did freak out its totaly justified.

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Roberta

Posted at 8:04 AM on March 26, 2011  

The guy is talented. But he is also a misogynist. If you want to support someone who can carelessly, brutalize a human being, its your money. A couple mass murderers were talented too. Remember the guy from Pennsylvania who had some women chained in his basement. He was also a brilliant investment broker with millions of dollars. That is a talent. Want him out of jail because he can do something other than brutalize human beings? Idiot.

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TMAN

Posted at 4:28 PM on March 22, 2011  

Chris is a gay man struggling to come to terms with his sexuality. In today’s society, he should just come out and stop trying to live a lie.

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kittyd28

Posted at 12:28 PM on March 22, 2011  

wrong. his new cd F.A.M.E. stands for fans are my everything…

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Lea

Posted at 5:44 PM on March 22, 2011  

You are so uninformed and uneducated. From Chris’s OWN MOUTH he says it stands for “Forgiving All My Enemies.”

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Steve

Posted at 6:14 PM on March 22, 2011  

IT says “Forgetting all my enemies” just like it says in the article you are quoting on… you miss Lea seem to be the uneducated one. Maybe you should read more, or actually READ the article before you decide to try and bash someone. Idiot

 
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Moi

Posted at 7:02 PM on March 22, 2011  

Hmmm, he’s said it in a million interviews, F.A.M.E. is a double acronym:
1 – FORGIVING all my enemies (Not forgetting)
2 – Fans are my everything.

I’m not too much of a fan but i should say this is all about ratings for GMA… The guy was trying to promote the album – what do questions like that have to do with promoting the album??? Contrary to ABC’s statement, this is not relevant news… both he and Rihanna have moved on and so should the public….It’s actually no one’s business.

He made a mistake (huge) mistake.. He paid his dues and now he’s back, with a good album. It’s all about music in the end…as it should be.

 
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Steve

Posted at 5:51 PM on March 23, 2011  

Second paragraph, first line. And I agree with you about the fact that the interview was completely unfair. I do not condone what he did in the past, but thats just it… the PAST! He looks like fucking dennis rodman now, in his prime, so hes obviously not alright in the head… They need to leave him alone with the Rhianna BS because its obvious it still hurts him. Fucking reporters, always trying to stir up shit.

 
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Marlon5678

Posted at 9:06 PM on March 22, 2011  

he better add Robin to that list…

 
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