Victim In Chris Brown Hit-And-Run Drops Charges, Prosecutor Still Moves Forward With Case
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A month ago we reported on Chris Brown’s latest legal woe and how the outcome would a strong impact on the young singer’s freedom. In May, Breezy was in a minor car accident but left the scene without giving the other driver his license plate or documentation and, despite not doing so, the City Attorney still filed hit-and-run charges against him.
But, according to TMZ, the victim did not want to press charges against Chris, nor did she want money because the damages to her car were minor. Unfortunately, the City Attorney did not care what the victim wanted because the City pushed forth with the prosecution.
The Judge of the case could have easily dismissed the charges, but obviously things have gotten quite personal in this matter. An insider stated that the City Attorney is particularly interested in the case, noting that if Chris Brown is prosecuted, it would ignite a probation violation for his 2009 Rihanna case. And if the Judge feels Breezy violated his probation, he could face four years in prison. Is it just us or does it sound like someone has it out for Breezy?