An initial police report states that Chris Brown was NOT the individual who threw the first punch in the altercation that occurred early Sunday morning, but rather his bodyguard Christopher Hollosy. It further states that the singer only jumped in afterwards.
However, Washington Metro Police say a typo occurred, and that Brown indeed threw the first punch. The mixup could work in the defendants favor. But leaves the question of whether to error was an innocent mistake (on the officers part) or intentional. (Hmmm)
His first court appearance was scheduled for Monday.
As reported byTMZ,
The first version of the police report said that Brown’s bodyguard threw the first punch during the incident, which began when the singer was reportedly approached at approximately 4:30 am yesterday by two women who wanted to take a picture with him in front of the W Hotel in Washington, D.C., according to law enforcement, as per TMZ. When two men attempted to get into the photo, Brown allegedly used a gay slur before allegedly throwing a punch at the alleged victim, Isaac Adams Parker, 20 , of Beltsville, MD.
The next step in Los Angeles is for Brown’s probation officer to prepare a report on the arrest for Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin, who had already ordered Brown to appear in his court on November 20 for a probation status hearing.