A few years ago I saw a documentary on Australia's Border Protection and the checks visitors must go through to visit their nation. Australia has stringent rules for entering their country. One is not allowed to have a felony conviction on one's record and must show means of support when attempting to gain a visa for entering Australia.
This marks the fourth nation to do so, after Canada, Britain and New Zealand denied Brown entry, costing him millions of dollars in concert revenues, paid appearances, endorsements and other tie-ins recording artists' representatives negotiate on their behalf. Brown has also lost many sponsorship deals in America. Overall, he has lost tens of millions of dollars since the ill-fated 2009 incident.
Australia 'very seriously' considering denying Chris Brown a visa over domestic violence history
Brown, 26, is due in Australia in December for a run of stadium shows and had his tour posters defaced in Melbourne this week with sticker’s emblazoned with “I beat women”. In 2009, the RnB star was convicted over the assault of then-girlfriend and fellow singer Rihanna, who required hospital treatment for her injuries. Brown was sentenced to five years’ probation and served with a restraining order over the attack. He was also later jailed over an unrelated assault...
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