It's been a whirlwind week for Chris Brown following accusations that the singer had struck someone outside of a Washington D.C. hotel this past weekend after making a cameo for Howard University's homecoming festivities.
Now, official court documents say that the alleged victim told a D.C. cop that Brown never struck him and a Secret Service agent—whose job is to protect the President of the United States—who was present during the altercation could also save Breezy.
According to official D.C. documents -- obtained by TMZ -- a witness to the fight early Sunday morning told cops he heard the alleged victim tell a D.C. cop Brown NEVER HIT HIM.
The cop later denied ever even speaking with the witness in question. But get this. A Secret Service agent made contact with D.C. police and told them he happened to be around when the victim told the cop Chris never struck him. The agent says he absolutely heard the victim's admission to the cop that Chris never struck him.
This is doubly helpful for Chris. In addition to the fact that a Secret Service agent can testify on Chris' behalf, the testimony could destroy the credibility of the alleged victim.
This could also keep Brown's probation from the 2009 Rihanna assault case from being revoked and landing him four years worth of jail time.
In the meantime, Brown is keeping a low profile, cancelling various gigs such as 92.3 NOW FM's Danity Kane reunion show and his Las Vegas Halloween bash alongside girlfriend Karrueche Tran.
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