As was expected due to statements made in the press, the Australian government has denied singer Chris Brown a visa to tour the nation as apart of his “One Hell Of A Nite” concert series (Chris Brown To Be Barred From Entering Australia As His Criminal Record Continues To Cost Him Tens Of Millions Of Dollars). Brown is a felon, after pleading guilty in the 2009 Rihanna domestic violence case, in lieu of serving jail time. Brown was sentenced to 5-years probation, which he completed this year.
Brown now has 28 days to file an appeal, challenging the government's statements, on why he deems he is morally fit to receive a visa to Australia. Women’s groups have been protesting his planned visit. There is also a petition calling for Brown to be barred from Australia. These events have worked against him. However, Brown is on social networking telling his fans he will be in Australia soon.
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