A judge has found Chris Brown's bodyguard guilty of assault after a two-day trial which may prove as a preview of the singer's upcoming trial. Judge Patricia Wynn…
Chris Brown has already been spending all his free time behind bars, but now that his trial has been delayed until June, it means more idle time for the once busy singer. All this while common criminals are released in a heartbeat, regardless of their crime or their priors, usually because of overcrowded jails.
Putting aside the underwhelming crime Brown is accused, his continued incarceration seems to be motivated by something else, something bigger.
Brown — who was jailed last month after getting booted from rehab — was flown to D.C. and promptly jailed as he awaited trial in his assault case.
The trial was supposed to start today … but it was just postponed until June.
Brown asked the judge in the Rihanna beating case to release him, but the judge just shut him down. source
Translation: Brown will soon be flown back to L.A. — where he’ll remain in jail until June … at the very least. It looks like he’ll be flown back to D.C. on Con air … a trip way worse than economy. All this over a fist fight by a guy who was also convicted of beating his girlfriend.
If Brown is convicted in D.C. the judge in the Rihanna case could violate his probation and sentence Brown to four years in the poke.
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