Chris took to Twitter on June 24 to post and then quickly delete a message addressing the accusation that he assaulted a woman at a nightclub.
Chris Brown wants his fans to know that he is innocent! The singer posted an intense message and called out TMZ for reporting that he had “deliberately” shoved a woman to the ground at Orange County, Calif., nightclub Heat over the weekend.
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Chris wrote this: “@TMZ please stop with the false stories. I don’t usually comment but I didn’t do anything. Had a great show at Powerhouse and a positive one.”
Wow, now this says exactly how Chris is feeling right now. But just a few seconds later he deleted that tweet and wrote, “#postiveenergy.”
We told you that Deanna Gines claims that as the club was closing, Chris pushed her and she fell hard onto her knees. Deanna claims that her doctors believe she has torn ligaments in her right knee. In a photo on TMZ, Deanna is in a leg brace and on crutches.
HollywoodLife.com spoke with officials who told us that they took a police report, but they can’t confirm that it was Chris.
“If someone has any evidence we would love to see it,” Bob Dunne from the Anaheim Police says. “And it’s possible there would be an arrest.”
Chris’ rep reportedly said they had not heard of this incident yet.
We also reached out to Chris’ attorney and rep for our own comments and are waiting to hear back. Chris is currently finishing a five-year probation sentence for beating up Rihanna in 2009.
— Chloe Melas