A top attorney tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively that it’s highly unlikely NYPD will file any charges against either Chris or Drake. But could the brawl affect Chris’ probation in California? Read on for details!
After the NYPD was called to the scene of the alleged brawl between Chris Brown and Drake at W.i.P nightclub in the early morning hours on June 14, plenty of questions regarding possible criminal charges for either remain in the air. Will Chris’ probation be revoked?
Mark McBride, Beverly Hills criminal defense attorney, spoke exclusively with HollywoodLife.com about the likelihood of any charges being filed. Mark says, “I don’t think any charges will be filed. It was a fight in a dark club, apparently between two groups of men.”
With the 911 call coming in at about 4:00 a.m., Mark’s certain that a majority of the witnesses will have been “drunk or well on their way…at that point.” He says, “The stories from alleged witnesses will be all over the place and so inconsistent that the NYPD will almost surely leave it alone.”
While that’s certainly good news for Drake, but could this still have a negative effect for Chris with his probation in California?
Mark says, “Technically, his probation officer out here could say he’s violated his probation, but I don’t think that will happen. If anything, it looks like he got the bad end of the bottle…uh, stick.”
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Are YOU hopeful this doesn’t result in criminal charges for either party involved?
Reporting by Russ Weakland
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