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Chris Brown Is Under The Delusion That He Can Charter A Private Plane Instead Of Flying Con Air To His Washington D.C. Trial! Oh, Breezy!

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Ohhh, this is an awkward situation.

It seems that despite being in jail right now, Chris Brown isn't aware that he's a prisoner.

As you might recall, Breezy has an upcoming court date in Washington D.C. for an assault matter, and it seems the U.S. Attorney wants him to be flown there by Con Air while under lock and key.

However, the jailbird doesn't want to fly Con Air because he doesn't want to be treated like a prisoner! (Despite totally being a prisoner right now.)

Chris' lawyer, Mark Geragos, is fighting to get Breezy released from El Lay County Jail so that he can fly to D.C. on his own. His argument is that making Chris fly Con Air would deprive him of necessary time he needs with his lawyer to prepare for the D.C. case.

An El Lay judge is looking over the matter, but we won't have to wait long for a decision. Breezy's D.C. court date is set for April 17th!

So, do U think Breezy will fly Con Air or will he get treated like a free man??

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10 comments to “Chris Brown Is Under The Delusion That He Can Charter A Private Plane Instead Of Flying Con Air To His Washington D.C. Trial! Oh, Breezy!”

  1. Barbara says – reply to this


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    I'm guessing that his lawyer can visit him at the jail if needed, just like all the others prisoners do. lol

  2. Esin Emko says – reply to this


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    this piece of shit just needs to fly away…

  3. @v@ says – reply to this


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    One costs the taxpayers money, but if it's going anyway…and the other costs him.
    I side with the taxpayers myself.

  4. Perezisannoying says – reply to this


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    Actually Perez, what's awkward is that your ignorant ass doesn't understand that jail and prison are two different things. One us where you are held when you are accused of breaking the law and either can't make bail or were denied bail. The other is where you serve your sentence/punishment after you have been convicted. And in our justice system, an accusation is just that until proven guilty.

    Chris has his faults, but bullies like you who stalk celebrities and prey on ignorance is what's really wrong with this world.

  5. Breezylove says – reply to this


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    Re: Perezisannoying – yes! I wish they would leave him the hell alone!!!

  6. Blobby says – reply to this


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    it's a shame he wasn't on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

  7. BEYFLAWLESS says – reply to this


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    y waste tax money on someone who can [ay … i wold ask to it would be ashame to be seen with chain like im Hannibal

  8. Krissy says – reply to this


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    CB is a disgusting low life. Let him rot

  9. Krissy says – reply to this


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    Re: Perezisannoying – U seem to like correcting others faux paus. So re: ur jail vs prison rant ; get ur facts straight. There are many exceptions to the black and white definition u gave.

  10. Joe says – reply to this


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    Re: BreezyloveRe: BreezyloveRe: Perezisannoying – You are wrong on several points, jail is where a prisoner is kept whose sentence is one year or less, aka a misdemeanor. Prison is where felons go to serve longer sentences. That being said due to over crowding there are many people in LA Mens County Jail that are serving longer than 1 year sentences because the prisons are over crowded. This is turn leads to LA County Jail overcrowding thus most misdemeanor criminals serve 10% of their sentence and then are released. Also Chris Brown is not just accused of a crime, he has been CONVICTED of a Felony, and had his bail revoked. He is in jail for his previous conviction and probation violations. He goes to trial on his more recent crimes that he has not yet been convicted of.