Chris Brown pleads Not Guilty to assaulting Rihanna

Chris Brown

During Chris Brown’s arraignment yesterday, the singer entered pleas of not guilty on all charges stemming from his arrest for allegedly assaulting his now ex-girlfriend/R&B singer Rihanna earlier this year, OK! Magazine reports.

Brown also waived his right to a speedy preliminary hearing within 10 days. Some say he did this to be able to make some sort of a deal without going to trail.

After the arraignment, Rihanna’s attorney told reporters that it is possible that Brown may be willing to accept a plea bargain that would include “some jail time.”

Brown was charged in March by L.A. County prosecutors with felony assault likely to cause great bodily injury and making criminal threats. If convicted, the singer could be sentenced to probation or nearly five years in prison.

Brown is set to return to court on April 29.


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