Jail could be on the agenda again for Chris Brown.

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R&B singer Chris Brown just recently rejected a plea deal on Wednesday in his Washington assault case.

He is expecting to go to trial on September 8; so we are left in suspense once again.


Chris was close to copping a plea but the deal fell apart because the prosecutor and Chris’ lawyer, Mark Geragos, couldn’t agree on a statement of fact about the events leading to the alleged assault told TMZ. However, if the “Loyal” singer had pled guilty to the assault, he wouldn’t have to worry about serving any additional jail time. Chris brown is still sticking to his story of not attacking the alleged victim.

Chris brown is being charged after Parker Adams, 20, claimed Brown and his bodyguard Chris Hollosy—who has already been convicted of the assault already–punched him and broke his nose when he tried to jump into a photo outside a Washington hotel last year October.

Sherley Boursiquot