Chris Brown dismissed the hoopla surrounding his neighbors who complained that the R&B singer was wreaking havoc at his apartment complex, but a judge is interested in hearing more.
Although the domestic disputes may seem trivial, Chris is still on probation and any violation of that could land him in trouble with the law.
That’s why Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg, who has reportedly been getting calls from Chris’ neighbors, wants more details about exactly what’s going on in Chris’ complex. Chris is due in court on Oct. 12, but she wants a rundown of the happenings before that, the Associated Press reports.
Chris’ neighbors complained that loud parties were held in his apartment, his dogs raced through the halls and he consistently parked in handicapped spaces. Apparently, Chris racked up more than $15,000 in parking tickets; although, his lawyers said the handicapped spaces were reserved for his use.
In response to their complaints, Chris tweeted, “A person should be able to live in his or her own company of their house! I’m barely home so these stories and accusations are so childish!”
Their complaints might be childish, but it’s not a game. If the judge finds wrongdoing on Chris’ part, his probation could be revoked.
—Tracy L. Scott
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