According to the Los Angeles Times, the misdemeanor battery case against
singer Chris Brown will close soon. Singer Frank Ocean, the alleged victim,
posted on social media that he didn't want to press charges against
Brown. The Sherriff's Department said, "The alleged victim does
not want to move forward, so we are not going to move forward." Officials
plan to close the case without any charges and keep it on file. However,
the Sherriff's Department plans to speak with Ocean again before the
case is officially closed. The news reports that the incident occurred
when the two musicians began fighting over a parking space at the recording
studio. Authorities responded to the brawl when they received a report
of six men fighting outside of the studio. Later that day, Ocean posted
on his Twitter page that he "got jumped by Chris and a couple guys."
According to a news source, Brown and his associates left the area before
law enforcement arrived. Click here to read the
Los Angeles Times article about this story.
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