Chris Brown Was Arrested For Battery In Florida

July 6, 2018 / Posted by:

None of what I typed in that headline should be surprising to anyone with even the vaguest recollection of Chris Brown. What might be surprising is that it took a whole 15 months for Chris Brown to finally get busted for throwing his fists around.

Last year in April, 29-year-old Chris got into some trouble in Tampa, FL after he allegedly assaulted a photographer at a club. The club’s photographer was reportedly trying to get some crowd shots, and paranoid dust-for-brains Chris thought the photographer was trying to get some sneaky pictures of him. So he allegedly leapt over a couch and punched the photographer in the face. Police were called, but Chris and his bodyguard fled the scene before they could be questioned. That brings us to present day.

Chris played a show at the Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, FL last night. TMZ says that when he was done, he walked off stage and found several police officers waiting to arrest him. Police had reportedly been waiting to catch him since they obtained a warrant for his arrest last year.

People says Chris was arrested for felony battery at around 11:00pm, and taken into custody. He was released after posting $2,000 bail. So far, Chris hasn’t said anything about his arrest on social media, which is pretty strange for him. Maybe he’s still trying to make sense of how confusing and backwards the situation was for him. “Handcuffs? Police? A year later? That’s odd. This usually happens right after I’ve gotten violent on someone. Would it be okay if I try to hit one of you first? I’m kind of a stickler for repetition.

Pic: Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office

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