Chris Brown’s Trial For D.C. Assault Charge Delayed
Chris Brown will have to wait two more days for his D.C. trial to start. The trial, which was set to start today (April 21) has been delayed until Wednesday (April 23) since Brown’s bodyguard, Chris Hollosy, was found guilty of assault on Monday (Apr. 21) in connection to the incident that took place in Washington, D.C. last October, involving Breezy.
While Hollosy plans to make an appeal, attorneys have to work out the kinks of his testimony that will be given on Brown’s behalf.
Hollosy and the “Loyal” singer were both arrested after allegedly punching and leaving a man with a broken nose outside of a hotel in Washington, D.C. The man claims that Brown and Hollosy attacked him after he intruded on a picture that the 24-year-old was taking with two girls. Hollosy claims that he punched him after he tried to enter Brown’s tour bus.
Brown’s mother, Joyce Hawkins, and his on-and-off-again girlfriend, Karrueche, came to support him during his court appearance. He also gave fans a special message while he was serving time in prison earlier this month via Kae.
“I’m calling all my fans, letting ya’ll know I love ya’ll,” the singer said. “Thank ya’ll for all the support, thanks for everything…”