Chris doesn’t think he’s responsible for any of his legal troubles. In fact, he feels he has no control over his fate and claims his overwhelming fame is to blame for putting him back behind bars, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Chris Brown is sitting in a Los Angeles County Jail cell “doing bad” as he contemplates where things went wrong. And get his, Breezy is blaming his misfortunes and troubles with the justice system on the fact that he’s just too famous, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Chris Brown On Jail Sentence: He Blames Legal Problems On Being Too Famous
Chris, 24, thinks fame is the devil. He’s even been telling those close to him that it’s his overwhelming popularity that’s causing all of his outbursts, problems with the judicial system, and even his relationship troubles.
“Chris has always said that fame is a bi**h,” a source close to the F.A.M.E. artist EXCLUSIVELY reveals to HollywoodLife.com. “He regrets being famous and having everything handed to him.”
We’re told the singer does acknowledge that his behavior is at times not so copacetic. But the fame, we’re told, is his own worse enemy because everything comes way too easy for Breezy and he doesn’t know how to control himself.
“When sh*t comes too fast and too easy, it brings a whole lot of trouble,” the source continues. “Maybe he wasn’t prepared for all the glitz and glam that came along with his career.
“He’d much rather have the money and career and let all that fame go,” the source adds. “Nothing good ever comes from that.”
Chris Brown’s Legal Team Trying Pay Off Alleged Victim In D.C. Assault Case
As Chris continues reflecting in jail, his lawyers are working around the clock to spring him free, even if it means paying off the man he allegedly hit in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 27, 2013.
We’re told Chris’ attorneys have devised a plan to give the alleged victim cash if he agrees to drop the case.
“He would do anything to be free, anything,” Chris’ friend tells us. “Money comes and goes and Chris would do anything to get his freedom.”
So HollywoodLifers, do YOU think Chris should take more responsibility for his problems? Let us know.
— Eric Ray