Chris Brown 911 Seizure Call Went Out Friday Morning But Singer Refused Help [Report]

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Chris Brown may have had a seizure very early this morning. According to TMZ, the Los Angeles City Fire Department rushed to a studio in Hollywood where he was working at around 1 AM in the morning.

The 911 call reportedly said that Chris Brown was having a seizure. However, when the EMTs arrived, the 24-year-old R&B singer refused treatment.

There isn’t much information out there. X17 said that his mother Joyce is flying from Virginia to check on him. However, their report also said Brown was actually hospitalized.

TMZ said he refused to be taken to the hospital.

Although he’s usually a frequent tweeter, Brown himself hasn’t spoken, leaving fans to wonder if he’s doing OK.

Chris Brown is under a lot of stress. On Monday he was booked for a hit-and-run case that doesn’t really appear to be much of a case at all. Yet it was enough for Los Angeles County to revoke his probation — which means that the singer will be spending a lot more time in court.

On Tuesday, he left a couple of sad tweets that were widely understood to suggest that Brown planned to quit music after he was finished with his upcoming album X. “Don’t worry, mainstream America. After this X album, it’ll probably be my last album,” he tweeted.

However, he had removed the infamous quitting music tweets and a couple of other recent sad tweets by Wednesday morning.

And he talked about editing his Love More video featuring Nicki Minaj, which seemed to suggest that he was in better spirits.

The alternative theory is that he was just crying out for attention all along.

And now some Twitter users are expressing a certain amount of skepticism about whether the Chris Brown seizure actually even happened. Some people clearly believe it’s another publicity stunt.

However, his girlfriend Karrueche Tran seemed worried about something:

TMZ said that they’ve been told that Chris Brown did have seizures as a child. Time will tell if the new incident is anything serious.

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