The buck stops here -- at least as far as going beyond a divorce is concerned.
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It’s time to get the facts straight!
That’s actually a little different from the truth.
Brown admitted his guilt for the probation violation, not the D.C. assault charges. The singer’s lawyer Mark Geragos said that there was enough evidence for a guilty plea in regard to the probation.
However, Geragos added that this admission doesn’t mean that Brown did anything wrong in his D.C. assault case.
Until his day in court though, Breezy will still be spending his days in a cell.