After U.S. Marshals took Chris into custody on April 2 and transported him to D.C. for his upcoming assault trial, the singer is not at all happy with the way the legal system is treating him. In fact, Chris thinks that the government is trying to make an example of him, an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“Stupid,” and “a waste of time” — this is how Chris Brown feels about being shackled and taken to Washington, D.C., where he will stand trail on April 17 for allegedly assaulting a man in October, 2013. Chris’ girlfriend, Karreuche Tran, also believes the incarcerated bad boy is being mistreated, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Chris Brown In DC Jail: He’s Furious About Being Shackled By US Marshals
Chris is reaching his breaking point. He feels like he’s being treated unfairly by the legal system, and he knows that there’s nothing he can do about it. Being shackled and put on a D.C.-bound plane was the last straw for the embattled singer.
“It’s very upsetting and Chris can’t believe it, and thinks it’s stupid and a waste of time and money,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “He told Kae that ‘they’re trying to make an example of me’ and that ‘this is some serious bullsh*t.'”
Fortunately, Chris has Karreuche by his side during these challenging times.
“Karrueche can’t believe it. She thinks it’s too much and that the police and the whole system has taken this out of control when it comes to Chris,” the source says.
Chris Brown: Why He Loves Karreuche Tran More Than Rihanna
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, spending time behind bars has made Chris realize just how much he loves Karreuche.
“He loves that girl more than anyone he’s loved,” a source told us EXCLUSIVELY. “But you know what — Chris knows how good she is — how loyal, truthful and honest she is. She’s the one and I’m sure he’s going to make the right choice where she’s concerned.”
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Is Chris being treated unfairly because he’s a celebrity? Let us know.
— Reporting by Eric Ray, Written by Sandra Clark