ABC hasn't pressed charges after Chris Brown's TV interview rage

Singer will not be charged for smashing window

ABC hasn't pressed charges after Chris Brown's TV interview rage
ABC network chiefs have not pressed charges against Chris Brown following his 'rage' incident yesterday (March 22).

Brown exploded in a rage at the station's studio following an interview on Good Morning America in which he was asked about Rihanna.

In 2009 Brown was charged with two felonies as a result of an attack on the singer, his then-girlfriend. When asked by presenter Robin Roberts about the incident he repeatedly attempted to try and steer conversation back to his new album, 'F.A.M.E'.

Brown was said to have "smashed a window in his dressing room" after the interview, ripping off his shirt and refusing to do another performance he was scheduled to undertake for reports that the New York Police Department will not be investigating the matter, as they have said "there is no complaining victim".

To see footage from the interview scroll down and click below.

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