The President of Melanin Deficient Negroes has once again blocked his blessings of being the Tickle Me Elmo of R&B music.
Chris Brown was close to resolving his assault case in a deal that would have prevented him from being James DeBarge’s cell block homie again, but talks fell apart when attorneys couldn’t agree on what Breezy would acknowledge happened during a scuffle that led to his arrest.
During a 15-minute hearing in D.C. Superior Court today, Chris rejected the agreement in which he would have pleaded guilty to assault for allegedly punching a photograph-seeking fan outside the W Hotel in downtown Washington.
At the time, he was on probation in California for a 2009 attack on his then-girlfriend Rihanna. Prosecutor Kevin Chambers said in court that Breezy rejected a deal to plead guilty to misdemeanor assault and receive a sentence of time served.
Chris spent the night in jail in Washington after his arrest and also served time in California after acknowledging he violated probation by committing a crime in Washington. He was released from jail in earlier this month.
“If they want a trial, that’s what they’re going to get,” said Mark J. Geragos, Brown’s attorney, during a press conference outside of the courthouse.