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Thursday, September 1, 2016

Chris Brown Has Been Released From Jail, Late On Tuesday Night After Posting $250,000 (£190,000) Bail


US singer Chris Brown has been arrested on suspicion of
assault with a deadly weapon after a daylong standoff
with police.
The rapper had refused to leave his LA home for several
hours after a woman called 911 before dawn on
Tuesday and reportedly claimed that he had pointed a gun
at her face.

Baylee Curran said Brown and another man had become
angry when she admired a diamond necklace - telling the
LA Times she was chased out of the house and had to
hide under a nearby car with a friend.
Brown was released from jail late on Tuesday night after
posting $250,000 (£190,000) bail, according to Los
Angeles County jail records.
His lawyer Mark Geragos tweeted: "Thanks to everyone
for their support and well wishes. Chris is out and well.
The allegations against him are demonstrably false
#TeamBreezy".
Brown later shared a video of singer Ray J supporting him
on Instagram and posted: "Real friends!!!!! The world will
see!!! TRUST ME".
Brown had posted a series of videos on Instagram
declaring his innocence - and in one clip, waved a
cigarette around and declared that police would find
nothing inside his home once they obtained a search
warrant.
Police have since performed a lengthy search of his
expansive home, and about six people have been escorted
from the property for questioning.
In a statement outside the star's home, Lieutenant Chris
Ramirez of the Los Angeles Police Department said: "He is
being transported to robbery homicide, where he will be
arrested for assault with a deadly weapon."
On Instagram, the rapper had denied reports that he had
barricaded himself inside his house.
He also accused the police of "defacing my name and my
character and my integrity" - and insisted he had done
nothing wrong.
Brown has been in repeated legal trouble since he was
convicted in 2009 for assaulting his then-girlfriend,
Rihanna, which led to him spending six years on
probation.
The Grammy-winning performer was forced to postpone a
UK tour in 2010 after he was denied a visa, and was also
refused entry into Canada six months ago.
In 2013, he was charged with assault after striking a man
outside a hotel in Washington DC.
Brown was ordered to attend a rehabilitation centre as a
result, but was then kicked out of the facility for breaking
its rules.
After completing a series of court-ordered anger
management classes, Brown was also accused of
throwing a brick at his mother's car.
Last year, he was given 28 days to convince officials he
should be given a visa for his Australian tour after the
country's women's minister urged the government to
refuse entry to Brown on grounds of "character".
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