Thursday, July 25, 2013

Chris Brown Hit And Run Case Falling Apart

Chris Brown 

The hit and run case against singer Chris Brown has begun to unravel, as two of the charges have been dropped. Brown’s probation was violated by the district attorney and a judge when he rear-ended a Mercedes Benz with his Range Rover, in an accident that created no damage. However, the motorist in the Mercedes demanded his insurance information and licenses, then called police to inform them she was given bogus information. Brown denied the claim, stating he did what he was supposed to do under the circumstances.

His lawyer, Mark Geragos, has since stated the charge of driving on a invalid license was incorrect and has been dropped. Brown’s license is from the state of Virginia, where he maintains a residence, in addition to a home in Los Angles, where the accident occurred. It is clear the motorist was looking for compensation for the accident, via money, though there was no visible damage to her car, as illustrated by photographs.