Judge Sets Chris Brown’s Bodyguard Sentencing Date For Washington D.C. Altercation


Chris Brown’s Washington D.C. assault case is still being processed throughout the justice system, and now a judge has set the sentencing date for the 25-year-old’s bodyguard.

Christopher Hollosy will have to appear in court on Dec. 16 to hear the ruling on his misdemeanor assault charge. Hollosy confessed to police officials that he punched the man who filed the lawsuit against him and the “Loyal” singer, but D.C. Superior Court Judge Patricia Wynn said she will consider Hollosy’s attorney’s request to erase this conviction for a new trial, Billboard reports.

Brown plead guilty and was sentenced to time served in September, and also paid the plaintiff around $100,000 to settle the lawsuit.

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