Chris Brown Headed Back To Jail As D.C. Assault Case Delayed

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Prosecutor’s refusal to grant immunity to Breezy’s bodyguard puts breaks on case until June.

Chris Brown may have booked another ticket on “Con-Air” after his trial in an assault case in Washington, D.C., was delayed for several months on Wednesday (April 23).

Chris Brown in court

Brown was scheduled to begin trial in the case in which he and bodyguard Christopher Hollosy were accused of assaulting a 20-year-old man
 outside a D.C. hotel in the early morning hours of October 27. But, after Hollosy was convicted of assault on Monday in a separate trial and scheduled for sentencing on June 25, Brown’s lawyers asked for an extension on their case in order to allow Hollosy time to appeal.

According to NBC4, no specific date has been set for Brown’s trial, but it could take up to six months depending on the length of Hollosy’s appeal process. A judge agreed to delay Brown’s trial after Hollosy said he would not testify out of fear of incriminating himself.



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