Uh-oh! Chris Brown is in serious trouble with the law — again! The R&B singer was caught driving recklessly through his suburban street, and police want to prosecute him for it. Check out the shocking video.
This can’t be good. Chris Brown, 27, may be in trouble with the authorities, and it could lead to some serious charges. When neighbors caught the singer driving an ATV dangerously through his San Fernando Valley neighborhood on May 12, they turned the video over to the police. And considering Chris’s track record police aren’t going to take this incident lightly.
The video, which was shot by Chris’s neighbors and obtained by TMZ, shows the “Back to Sleep” singer and another unnamed friend on a 3-wheeler carelessly driving at a very high speed through the streets. Whoa, it doesn’t look like they were following the speed limit or traffic rules at all.
Besides the fact that driving an ATV on a public street is illegal, his neighbors warned him many times about his reckless behavior! In fact, just one day before the video was taken, neighbors alerted authorities after the singer was reportedly making “figure eights” with his vehicle on the street and even riding onto someone’s lawn, according to the publication.
So this may be the last straw for CB. The video has already been turned over to the L.A. City Attorney, who is looking to criminally prosecute for disturbing the peace. And how does Chris feel about these charges? He believes his neighbors are out to get him because they are angry that he is “rich and black,” according to TMZ.
That may be so, but the fact is his Valley neighbors are probably aggravated with his reckless attitude. In the past year, authorities were summoned to Brown’s residence over five times! That’s a lot. Some calls were due to trespassers on his property, but most of the time, neighbors called because of loud noises and other disturbances. There’s been no word on whether the city will prosecute, but for Chris’s sake, hopefully he gets off with just a tap on the wrist.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Chris should be charged for driving recklessly?