They should charge him! He clearly hasn't learned a thing!
In light of Chris Brown's post-Good Morning America appearance meltdown - in which he trashed his dressing room and smashed a window after Robin Roberts asked him about his assault on Rihanna - many are wondering if the singer will be facing probation violation charges, and although sources close to production of the show revealed that there may have been talk of involving the authorities, so far, nothing has been filed!
Once Brown had fled to the streets of Manhattan without his shirt, a GMA staffer was reportedly overheard telling a glass repairman:
"I have a police officer coming just to take a look at it before we do any work."
However, an insider at the NYPD reveals that no officers were dispatched to the scene, and another source close to Brown reveals:
"The police weren't called, and unless ABC decides to call the NYPD, no action will be taken against Brown, who is still on probation. No one saw Chris break the window. It would be a different scenario if the cops were called, which would prompt Brown's probation officer to become involved. If that did occur, Brown's probation officer would then notify the court, and the DA. Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray would then decide what action, if any, would need to be taken. It's certainly concerning that this happened, but unless the NYPD becomes involved, and ABC wants to press charges against Brown, he most likely won't be facing any probation violation."
You hear that, ABC?! Time to call the fuzz!
We count at least TWO crimes on his part - vandalism and assault on the pedestrians below the window! He could have SERIOUSLY hurt someone with those broken glass shards!
And most importantly - we think that this behavior perfectly captures WHY he needs to face more serious repercussions!
Only an ABUSIVE person with serious anger issues would react like THAT when forced to discuss his history as an abuser! Clearly, the system has failed him, and he needs to learn that actions have consequences.
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
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