Chris Brown Is Off The Hook For Allegedly Attacking A Photographer

August 20, 2019 / Posted by:

TMZ says that Chris Brown won’t face charges for the alleged attack on a photographer that happened back in 2017. Chris was accused of decking a photographer right in the face–which is so strange and out of character for the level-headed and otherwise calm Chris Brown. Well Chris can count his lucky stars this time, as the Florida Attorney’s Office has decided not to charge him with anything since apparently the complaining witness has “credibility” issues.

Back in 2017, Chris got in trouble for allegedly punching a photographer at a night club. Apparently the guy kept taking pictures of Chris and his crew and that did not sit well with Chris who is a celebrity and thus he’s not really used to getting his picture taken. So obviously the only way to react was to punch the guy. Chris Brown hasn’t found a problem he can’t punch his way out of, I’m sure.

The Tampa nightclub called AJA Channelside got probably exactly what they thought they would, when booking Chris Brown and were treated to a club-bound altercation which made the news. Here’s video if you forgot:

The State’s Attorney’s Office tells TMZ that two years later, they’re over it and Chris can go on his way:

“After a thorough review of the facts and information from the alleged victim, our office determined there was insufficient evidence to prosecute.”

Sources with knowledge of the case have told TMZ that the photographer in question “lacked credibility.” As opposed to Chris Brown who just oozes truth and rationale, and has stand up character witnesses like Justin Bieber on his side. So there you go, Chris won’t have to pay any fines or legal reimbursements for punching a dude in the face–this time. A lucky break since he’s got another kid on the way. Can’t have random expenses when there’s a new baby mama to fight with over child support. Save that cash, Chris!


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