Chris Brown was spotted partying the night away just moments after being sentenced in an LA courthouse for assaulting Rihanna. Since the spot that he partied in served alcohol, the 20 year old singer could possibly face charges of violating his 5 year probation order, which clearly states Chris is to “abstain from the use of all alcoholic beverages and stay out of places where they are the chief item of sale.”
I’m almost positive Chris will get out of this one too but E!News spoke with the Los Angeles Probation Department and they’re not taking this lightly:
The singer hit the nightspot Guys & Dolls just hours after receiving a probation order in court.
Los Angeles Probation Department Spokeswoman Kari Webb tells E! News that if Chris Brown broke his probation by being at a “21 and up” establishment, “It won’t be taken lightly.”
“Any time you break the law, you’re in violation,” Webb told E! News when asked whether being underage in a bar would be a probation violation. “If you break the law, you’re in trouble.”
John Carr of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control tells E! News that Guys & Dolls holds a Type 48 liquor license, which makes it a bar or nightclub and not a restaurant. This means that no one under 21 can legally be on the premises unless they have been hired as a performer. Carr also says that even if an underage entertainer is working in a bar or nightclub, they are required by law to stay in an area where no alcohol is being served or consumed.
While Brown wasn’t seen drinking anything but water, his table ordered 10 bottles of champagne.
The officer’s report from the the night Chris Brown beat up Rihanna has hit the net detailing a graphic account of what really went down in that vehicle between the couple. It’s so important to reveal these key facts, since most younger women have been desensitized to the fact that it is NEVER okay for a man to hit a woman. I’ve read countless blog posts and essays about the Chris Brown/Rihanna incident that made my heart bleed. Specifically, ones that lend a sympathetic ear towards Brown and imply that Rihanna shouldn’t have struck him first (or at all). I’m not by any means stating that Chris Brown shouldn’t be forgiven, but I AM stating the obvious, he beat Rihanna’s “A”zz and that’s not OK under any circumstances. Point..Blank…Period. Chris Brown proved what type of man was that night. Some of my other blogger buddies may beg to differ but I’ll always be on this side of the fence. Hopefully, his “therapy” and “anger management” classes will aid in changing who he is but it took 19+ years to get him there and it’ll probably take twice as long to change him.
The FULL VIDEO has finally leaked for my new favorite theme song, Jay-Z‘s “Run This Town” featuring Rihanna and Kanye West. It may disappear soon but you can peep the leaked version of the video below while it lasts:
Chris Brown says he’s “very sad and very ashamed” of his actions regarding Rihanna and has made a video apologizing to her and to all of his fans. He states in the video that he’s seeking help, will do anything in his power to prevent it from happening again and is leaning on his family and counselors for spiritual guidance.
The apology seems sincere to me…and if Rihanna can forgive him why can’t we? Video below: