Chris Brown is out of jail, after posting $250,000 bail, he’s posting new music, but he’s given up posting ranting videos.
So what happens now that one of the music world’s bad boys — he’s already a convicted felon — is facing a new felony charge of assault with a deadly weapon? He was arrested Tuesday evening, hours after a woman accused him of threatening her with a gun in his San Fernando Valley home and detectives from the LAPD’s Robbery-Homicide Division waited hours to get a search warrant. Brown’s first court date, according to Los Angeles County Jail records, will be Sept. 20 for arraignment.
Two days after Brown’s latest arrest, here’s what we know:
He deleted his videos
Brown has buttoned up and left the talking to his lawyer, famed TV legal pundit Mark Geragos. “The allegations against him are demonstrably false,” the Twitter-active attorney wrote early Wednesday.
Geragos has not returned calls to USA TODAY, but on Thursday, he was quoted by the Los Angeles Times as calling the charge against Brown “fabricated.” He added that the police did not find a firearm during their search of Brown’s house. The police won’t comment on what, if anything, was found.