They try to make is sound humorous that a toddler packs a bag and leaves home after mom turned down some shit show he liked.

Then the reporter goes on to inform us that the toddler loves Chris Brown songs.

Yeah! That Chris Brown.

In addition to the felony assault of Rihanna check out what else this pillar of society has done.

What a fucked up mother to allow her kid to listen to such shit.

From Wiki:

On June 14, 2012, Drake and his entourage were involved in a scuffle with Brown at a nightclub called WIP in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City. About eight people were injured during the brawl,[226] including San Antonio Spurs star Tony Parker, who had to have surgery to remove a piece of glass from his eye.[227] Drake was not arrested. Brown’s attorney alleged Drake was the instigator.[228] Brown himself tweeted about the incident and released a song criticizing Drake weeks later.[229][230][231]

In January 2013, Brown was involved in an altercation with Frank Ocean over a parking space, outside a recording studio in West Hollywood. Police officers in Los Angeles said that Brown was under investigation, describing the incident as “battery” due to Brown allegedly punching Ocean.[232] Although Ocean alleged that Brown had threatened to shoot him, he said he would not press charges.[233]

In July 2013, Brown’s probation was revoked after he was involved in an alleged hit-and-run in Los Angeles. He was released from court and was scheduled to reappear in August 2013, to learn whether or not he would serve time in prison.[234] The charges would later be dropped, but Brown would have 1,000 additional hours of community service added to his probation terms.[235]

In October 2013, Brown was arrested for felony assault in Washington, D.C., after refusing to take a picture with two men.[236] The charge was reduced to a misdemeanor.[235] Brown spent 36 hours in a Washington jail and was taken to court in shackles. He was released and ordered to report to his California probation officer within 48 hours. The probation officer prepared a report for the Los Angeles judge, who could have ordered him to complete as many as four years in prison for the beating of Rihanna if found to be in violation of his probation.[237]

On October 30, 2013, Brown voluntarily decided to enter rehab. After Brown completed his 90 days, the judge ordered him to remain a resident at the Malibu treatment facility until a hearing on April 23, 2014. The deal was if Brown left rehab, he would go directly to jail. On March 14, 2014, Brown was kicked out of the rehab facility and sent to Northern Neck Regional Jail[238] for violating internal rules. He was expected to be released on April 23, 2014,[239] but a judge denied his release request from custody either on bail or his own recognizance.[240] At his May 9, 2014, court date, Brown was ordered to serve 131 days in jail for his probation violation. He was sentenced to serve 365 days in custody; however, he was given credit for the 234 days he has already spent in rehab and jail.[241] He was given early release from jail just after midnight on June 2, 2014, because of jail overcrowding calculations that count one day in custody as two days.[242] During Brown’s rehab, a probation officer noted in a letter that Brown’s brushes with the law may have been caused by untreated bipolar disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder, specifically that “Mr. Brown became aggressive and acted out physically due to his untreated mental health disorder, severe sleep deprivation, inappropriate self-medicating and untreated PTSD”. According to the court documents, which were received by E! News and later The Hollywood Reporter, Brown was formally diagnosed with both Bipolar II and PTSD at the unnamed rehab facility.[243][244]

In the early hours of August 30, 2016, a woman called the police to report that Brown had threatened her with a gun inside his house.[245] Due to his previous felony assault conviction, Brown is prohibited to possess any firearms.[246] Police were called, but Brown denied them entry without a warrant.[247] When they returned with one, Brown refused them entry and began what news sources referred to as a “standoff” with the LAPD, including the robbery-homicide division and SWAT team. During this time, Brown was seen posting videos on Instagram, in which he rails against the police and the media coverage of the activity at his house. He denounced media reports that he was “barricaded” inside his house, complained about the helicopters flying overhead, and called the police “idiots” and “the worst gang in the world.” He said that he was innocent and “What I do care about is you are defacing [sic] my name and my character and integrity”.[248] Brown was arrested and later released from jail on $250,000 bail.[249] On September 1, 2016, Brown’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, stated that there was no standoff and that, with regard to the LAPD search, “nothing was found to corroborate her statement.”[250] In September, Japan denied Brown entry due to the allegations.[251] Charges were later dropped after prosecutors declined to arraign Brown on the felony charges.[252] Brown later sued the accuser for defamation, prevailing in the lawsuit, after an investigation that proved that the defendant brought to court false and defamatory statements about the singer, through her incriminating text messages where she said “don’t you know this freak Chris Brown is kicking me out of his house because I called his friend jewelry fake can you come get me my Uber is messing up if not I’m going to set him up and call the cops and say that he tried to shoot me and that will teach him a lesson I’m going to set his a** up.”,[253]. Brown later said though his social media accounts “Because of my past, my character keeps on being defaced by these fake news and allegations highlighted by the media, but I’m glad that all my real supporters know who i really am and can see the truth”[254]

As of 2016, due to his criminal record, Brown is banned from entering Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.[255]

Brown was arrested after his concert during July 6, 2018, night on a felony battery charge stemming from an incident that occurred more than a year before. The battery charge was connected to an April 2017 incident in a Tampa club, where Brown allegedly punched a man who photographed him without his permission. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said Brown was released after about an hour, after that he posted $2,000 bond.[256]

In 2021, Brown was sued by his housekeeper over a 2020 attack by one of his dogs, a Caucasian Ovcharka.[257]

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  1. Bob says:

    I have no interest in reading anything about those pikkannies.

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