The singer has been named a 'person of interest' after a woman claims she was forcibly removed from his tour bus
Chris Brown has denied allegations of assault, calling them ‘hilarious’.
The singer was named a ‘person of interest’ alongside his crew by police, after a woman was forcibly removed from his tour bus on Monday (September 14)
Taking to Twitter yesterday in reaction to the news, he wrote, “Funny how my name comes up in an investigation with no video evidence but the cops have a full video of niggas breaking in to my house. Let’s shine the light on real fucking criminals. People looking for a come up. Hilarious!”
See the tweets below:
According to TMZ, the incident took place in Denver, Colorado on Monday outside the Platinum 84 Gentlemen’s Club where Chris Brown, French Montana and Fetty Wap were shooting a music video.
The woman has said she was forcibly removed from the bus after she refused to give up her mobile phone. She says her phone was broken during the incident and has filed a report for third degree assault.
Brown has a history of assault, including that of his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009. He checked into a rehab facility following an assault he made in Washington DC in 2013.
Earlier this year he posted a photo on Instagram in which he said he was ‘a dog sometimes’. See the post below: