We Love Frank Ocean, But He’s Not Pressing Enough Charges Against Chris Brown
Posted by Newson 01/29/2013 at 10:43 AM
Good news: Frank Ocean is pressing charges against Chris Brown, stemming from the “all-out brawl” the pair reportedly got into this weekend.
Frank Ocean intends to press charges against Chris Brown following their fight at a LA recording studio, says a local sheriff.
[...] Now LA County sheriffs have confirmed the status of the case against Brown, who is serving five years’ probation for assaulting Rihanna in 2009. Spokesperson Steve Whitmore revealed that no charges have been filed yet, but said Ocean “is desirous of prosecution in this incident.”
Bad news: However many charges Ocean brings against Brown will never be enough to make up for the various crimes Breezy has inflicted upon our culture. Let’s run down the list of misdeeds Brown has yet to atone for in a court of law:
—Instigating a Twitter Feud Without a License (10 Counts)
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