Chris Brown - charging document

Charge against R&B singer Chris Brown reduced to a misdemeanor

SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
CRIMINAL-DIVISION

UNITED STATES
VS

CHRISTOPHER BROWN 0Ct- 28. 2013

On October 27, 2013, at approximately 0425 hours, Officers Butler and Tobin
responded to a radio run for an assault in progress in front of the Hotel,
located at 500 block of 15th_Street, NW, in Washington, D.C. When they arrived
at the location, Officer Butler observed V-1 (later identified as PARKER I.
ADAMS), a black male with blood"on his face and shirt.

W-1 approached Officer Butler and stated that W-1 had called the police. W-1
stated that she saw D--1 (later identified as Defendant CHRISTOPHER MAURICE BROWN)
and asked him if W-1 could take a picture with him. W--l stated that D-1 agreed
and W-1 and her friend, W-2, stood on opposite sides of D-1 so that D-2, D--1's
bodyguard, could take photos using W-1's and W--2's cell phones. As D-2 (later
identified as Defendant CHRISTOPHER DOUGLAS HOLLOSY) started to take a picture of
D-1, W-1, and W-2, V-1 moved in and attempted to take a picture of himself with

- and the two witnesses using his own cell phone. W--l then heard D-1 state to
"I'm not wit that gay shit," and then feel like boxing." W-1 stated that
then punched V-1 in the face with a closed fist. W-1 then observed D-2 punch
in the face with a closed fist. After the incident, W-1 stated that D-1
walked onto D-1's tour bus.

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Officer Butler also interviewed V-1. V-1 stated that his friend, W-1, asked D-1
if they could take a picture with V-1 stated that D-1 posed for a picture
with W-1 and W-2, V-1 then stated that he tried to get into the picture, and to
take a picture with his own cell phone, when D-1 stated to V-1 ain't down with
that gay shit." V-1 then told Officer Butler that V-1 stated to D--1 "why you
hoing?" D-1 responded "what you say?" V-1 repeated to D-1 "why you hoing." D--1
then stated to V-1, feel like boxing." V-1 states that D-1 then punched V-1
in the face. V-1 then squared off, and D-2 then stepped between D-1 and V-1 and
punched V-1 in the face. V-1 stated that D-1 started yelling at V-1 after V-1
was punched by D-2, "Yea, walk away." V-1 stated that D-1 then got onto D-1's
tour bus.

Officer Butler interviewed D-1 who stated that W-1 asked for a picture and that
after the picture D--1 got on the bus. D-1 was asked if he had a confrontation
with V-1. D-1 stated "no, I was on the bus when I guess someone tried to get on
and my bodyguard handled it." D--1 then denied punching V-1.

Officer Butler interviewed D-2 who stated that W-1 asked for a picture with D-The events and acts described above occurred primarily in the District of Columbia and
were committed as described by defendant(s) listed in the case caption.

The foregoing statement was made under penaity of criminal prosecution and punishment for faise statements pursuant to D.C. Code 22-2534
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SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
CRIMINAL DIVISION

UNITED STATES
VS

CHRISTOPHER BROWN 0Ct- 23. 2013

and that after the picture, tried to follow D-1 on the bus. stated that
he grabbed and they began to tussle. Dw2 stated that he punched V-1 in the
face because V-1 was trying to get to D-1 and that he, D-2, was just doing his
job.

Officer Butler interviewed W-3. stated that he had seen D-1 on the sidewalk.
W--3 stated that he saw V-1 and W-1 trying to take a picture with D-1. W--3 stated
that he saw D-1 chase V-1 and swing, but could not see if D-1 connected. W--3
then saw D-2 punch V-1 and saw V--l's nose begin to bleed. W--3 stated that he

didn't know why D-1 and D-2 hit V-1 because V-1 was not aggressive, he was just
standing there.

V-1 was transported to a hospital and treated for a fractured nasal bone.

Officers conducted a show--up identification procedure with W--1, who identified D-
2 as the person who punched V--1. in a separate procedure, W~l identified D-1 as
Chris Brown, who was the first person to punch V-1.

Detectives from MPD responded to the scene and_interviewed several subjects,
including W--4, an acquaintance of D-1. W--4 stated that an officer from the
Metropolitan Police Department told W--4 that V-1 had told the officer that D-1
never hit V-1. A Detective interviewed the officer and the officer denied
speaking with W-4. A Uniformed Secret Service Officer approached Detectives and
verified that he overheard the MPD officer speak with W--4 and say that V~l told
the MPD officer that D-1 never hit V-1. V-1 was interviewed and denied that he
ever told anyone that D-1 had not hit him.

V--l'permitted a detective to view the photographs on his phone, and there were no
photographs of D-1 and V-1. W--1 and W--2 were also asked to search their phones
and they stated that there were no photographs of them with D-1 in their phones.

D-1 was identified by his Virginia's driver's license as Brown, Christopher
Maurice DOB 05/05/1989.

D-2 was identified by his California driver's license as Hollosy, Christopher
Douglas DOB 1/20/1978.

The events and acts described above dccurred primarily in the District of Columbia and
were committed as described by defendant(s) listed in the case caption.

The foregoing statement was made under penaity of crirninal prosecution and-punishment for false statements pursuant to D.C. Code 22-2514
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