Gun Case Against Chris Brown May Be Closing Due To Insufficient Evidence
The gun case against Chris Brown could be completely closed very soon due to a lack of evidence.
The district attorney involved in Baylee Curran's gun case against Chris Brown is reportedly unimpressed with the evidence against Brown, so unimpressed that the case is getting closer and closer to being thrown out entirely, TMZ reports.
The case was reportedly supposed to be sent to prosecutors two weeks ago, but the D.A. held onto it instead, stating a lack of evidence. Brown was supposed to be arraigned two weeks ago, but the date was extended so the police could gather more information about the incident, which they were unable to do.
"Authorities also have trouble pinning a gun to Chris. He threw a duffel bag out the window during the standoff and cops say they found two guns inside, but they're worried the weapons can't be tied to the singer," the site reads. "If cops want to persist, they could take the case to the L.A. City Attorney for misdemeanor assault prosecution, but we're told that would almost certainly be a dead end, because a weak case is a weak case."
Former beauty queen Curran caused a media firestorm after she alleged that the R&B star pulled a gun on her during a get-together at his L.A. home when she refused to leave. Many celebrities, including Ray J who was present at the party, have stood by Brown amidst the allegations.