Chris Brown Pulls A Fast One, Turns Himself In To Jail, Booked, And Released
Chris Brown turned himself in to a Los Angeles jail Monday afternoon in connection with his hit-and-run case and was released nearly 45-minutes later.
According to online records from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Brown arrived to a Van Nuys jail around 2:20 P.M, was booked, and released around 3:22 P.M without bail. The singer was supposed to turn himself in today for the alleged incident, but the 24-year-old was sneaky and managed to get in one day early without anybody knowing.
HipHollywood reached out to Brown’s rep who sent us the following statement:
Two counts against Chris Brown were dismissed in relation to the Hit and Run charge to which Chris pleaded Not Guilty. In order for the charge to be heard by a judge, Chris has to be officially booked. We expect this charge to be dismissed as well, as the lawyer for the driver in this case clearly specified that his client did not want to press charges.
In May, Brown was involved in a car accident in Los Angleles, but failed to hand over his license, or any form of identification.