Reports are coming in that Chris Brown might not even face charges on his violent attacks on Rihanna. This is a good amount of speculation, but comments have been made by the L.A. D.A. that back up the statements. Here’s the deal:
…during the argument, he started hitting her. According to the police report, she ordered him to drive her home and “faked a call” to someone, saying things like, “He’s dropping me off. Make sure the cops are there.”
Rihanna told cops the fake call enraged Brown. He said something to the effect of “You are really fucked up now. I’m going to kill you.”
At that point Brown allegedly began a violent attack with his fists.
We’re told the criminal threats charge is based on that one statement (threat) Brown allegedly made. As one law enforcement source told us, “It’s kinda weak, and the D.A. is not going to prosecute a high profile case like this unless it’s solid.” That’s why it was kicked back for further investigation.
Given the brutal nature of the attack a felony domestic battery charge is virtually a done deal. That, however, is a less serious offense than making criminal threats.
For the record, I know nothing about law, but I do have Google and the ctrl+V key combination, so here’s the scoop. Felony Domestic Battery can’t be charged here, because it only applies to a spouse, former spouse, cohabitant, former co-habitant, or the mother or father of his or her child. Rhianna and Brown were just together and making sweet, sweet love’n.
From Tyler Durden’s logic, we’re down to assault, which is about a 6 month sentence. That’s not considering the fact that he’s a first time offender, which is pretty impressive considering his chosen career. At this point, you could argue that Rihanna started the whole thing, which pretty much kills the case.
Who’s to blame here? Is it the media’s over-hyping the situation? Is it 19 year old Chris Brown, who allegedly hit and bit her? Is it Rihanna for being a trick ass ho? Hell, I don’t know. What’s your take on this whole thing? Feel free to visit my first post about this situation, which is gaining a good amount of attention.