Chris Brown accused of hitting a woman in LA, Internet says 'he never changed'

Reportedly, the woman accused Chris Brown of smacking her in the head hard enough for her hair weave to fall out


                            Chris Brown accused of hitting a woman in LA, Internet says 'he never changed'
Chris Brown's legal troubles go a long way back when he was arrested for physically assaulting singer Rihanna in 2009 (Photo by Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images)

Grammy award-winning singer Chris Brown is accused of hitting a woman during an argument in a Los Angeles home, reports say. According to the authorities, the incident took place on Friday, June 18. The LAPD said that the authorities responded to a report of an argument at a residence in the 19600 block of Citrus Ridge Drive in the San Fernando Valley area around 7.30am local time.

A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department informed that the incident is being investigated as a battery and will be referred to the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office. Brown's legal troubles go a long way back when he was arrested for physically assaulting singer Rihanna in 2009. In 2019, he was arrested in Paris over allegations of aggravated rape and drug violations.

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Few details about the incident have been released so far but TMZ reported that the woman accused Brown of smacking her in the head hard enough for her hair weave to fall out. It is unclear at the moment if Brown would face any charges as no injuries were reported. Police haven't made any arrests so far.

Police informed that the crime report will be handed over to the city attorney for "filing considerations". "The suspect was not at the location when the police arrived," the police statement said. The City Attorney's Office said in a statement on Tuesday, June 22, "We have not been referred a case yet in this matter." Brown's attorney was not available for a comment on the same.

'He never changed'

Internet raged with anger on Brown's brush with the law enforcement once again for allegedly 'hitting a woman'. One user wrote, "So he never changed. Shocking. Looks like it's time for a legit cancellation." Another commented, "Why is this dude still allowed around women?" One tweet read, "How does someone with such a violent track record find any women to date? Are women that desperate for fame that they still seek him out, knowing his history?" Another user tweeted, "This bro is so troubled he just belongs in jail. Too many of these incidents have happened with him." One user commented, "Didn't we cancel Chris Brown after he hit Rihanna? Why TF did people flock back to him?" Another tweeted, "Are you suggesting that a man with a history of domestic violence and no known history of attempting to heal or work on his issues is STILL VIOLENT?? It’s almost as though DV is not just a crime, but a predictor of future behavior… hmmmmm."



 



 



 



 



 



 

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