Singer Chris Brown was close to resolving his assault case in a deal that would have kept him out of jail, but talks fell apart yesterday when attorneys couldn’t agree on what Brown would acknowledge happened during a scuffle that led to his arrest.
He didn’t fly first class and his hotels weren’t five-star. Still, when singer Chris Brown was moved from a Los Angeles jail to Washington for what was to have been the start of his trial on an assault charge, the cost to taxpayers was more than $4,000.
Authorities say singer Chris Brown has been released from a Los Angeles County jail.
Chris Brown on Friday admitted a probation violation over an altercation last year outside a Washington, D.C., hotel and was sentenced to remain on probation and serve an additional 131 days in jail.
A judge postponed the assault trial of R&B star Chris Brown until Wednesday after his bodyguard was convicted by a Washington court on related charges.