We learned last week that Chris would be doing time behind bars after being kicked out from the rehab facility he was staying at for breaking three bizarre internal rules.
Brown faced the judge who ordered him to stay in jail until the Washington D.C case takes place (which would’ve been on April 23rd) but if Chris gets his way, he could be outta his cell before the end of this week.
Why? The singer’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, seems to be really smart. Well, you can judge for yourself. He’s notified his client that if Breezy was willing to pay up a couple hundred thousand dollars to hush the alleged D.C victim, the case will be called off and Chris can come out of jail.
If you’ve already forgotten, an unidentified man made the allegations last year that the Grammy winner punched him in the face so hard that he needed surgery on his broken nose. This supposedly went down in Washington D.C.
So look at it this way: Chris is still on probation for the Rihanna beating case – which happened five years ago – and in all honesty it seems the best solution for him.
No matter if he punched the fella or not, Chris doesn’t want to be behind bars for another month and then possibly find out he’s guilty (if he did commit the offence).
We hear that the victim’s lawyers are cooperating with the idea and the whole thing should be settled within the next two days, which means Chris Brown could be a free man by the end of the week.