A representative for Chris Brown has made a statement in response to an ongoing investigation that Brown is involved in.
The Inquisitr reported on Saturday that Brown was accused of punching a Las Vegas woman and stealing her phone after a concert he performed at on New Year's Day.
A press release from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department reports that officers responded to a battery accusation against Brown early Saturday morning. The report stated that the incident took place outside of a hotel room at the Palms Casino Resort. The victim was a female "who appeared to have minor injuries sustained as a result of a battery." She accused Brown of being the person responsible for her injuries.
"The victim was alleged to have been battered by Brown, who at the same time took her cell phone. A verbal altercation took place as the victim was escorted out of the room by private security and into the hallway."
"The LVMPD has not heard from Mr. Brown regarding this incident and the investigation remains ongoing. A crime report has been taken for misdemeanor theft and misdemeanor battery listing Mr. Brown as a suspect."
"Her claim that she had her phone in her possession inside the after party and was able to take a photo causing an altercation with Chris Brown is a complete fabrication. This seems like a clear case of retaliation for her bruised ego."
Though Chris' representative believes the accusations are "unequivocally untrue," it doesn't help that Chris has a history of reacting violently when women attempt to take his picture.
Chris' representative still insists that the woman had been escorted out of the hotel for "wild behavior" and a "total meltdown," and the accusations held no truth whatsoever. However, the fact that Brown has been charged multiple times with assault, and has been sentenced by a judge to undergo domestic violence counseling and anger management rehab, won't help Brown in defending his case.
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