Chris Brown is apparently under the impression a prosecutor from his 2009 Rihanna assault case is out to get him; hence the dramatic sequence of events this week.
On Tuesday, Brown was taken into custody after actress Baylee Curran accused him of pulling a gun on her after she allegedly admired a necklace at his home. Brown was arrested, released on $250,000 bail and is expected in court later this month.
But as details surrounding the alleged incident surface, Breezy is apparently pointing the finger at a former prosecutor.
According to TMZ, Deputy D.A. Mary Murray was heavily involved in this week’s decision to arrest Brown for felony assault with a deadly weapon. Per the news outlet, Murray, who has also been involved in several of Breezy’s probation violation hearings, has previously asked for jail time, but oftentimes was shut down.
Sources tell TMZ that cops were not going to arrest the singer this week, but rather follow up with an investigation. Murray, however, pushed for a detainment.
As Brown’s team preps for his September 20 court appearance, the singer is focusing on staying busy. Brown released a single on Wednesday night and is getting ready for the Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival this weekend.