Chris Brown didn't take plea deal in his assault Case and Could be Facing more Jail Time
|Chris Brown didn't take plea deal in his assault Case|
According to the Associated Press, Brown’s attorney, Mark Geragos, and prosecutor Kevin Chambers were in talks for hours before the hearing but they fell apart. Both attorneys couldn’t agree on what the singer would admit to in court regarding the attack outside of the D.C.-area hotel.
This is the second time Brown has rejected a plea deal. In January, the ‘Loyal’ singer rejected an initial deal offered by prosecutors in the case.
“They wanted him to read from a script that wasn’t true,” Geragos said after the hearing. He then added, “If they want a trial, that’s what they’ll get.”
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Brown’s lawyer wants Hollosy to testify at the singer’s trial. He’s expected to say that he was the one who hit Adams, not Brown.
Geragos also has new evidence they he wants to present to the court at the next hearing, which has been scheduled for Sept 8.