Apr 23, 2014 02:44 PM
Looks like Chris Brown is stuck in the slammer!
Earlier today a D.C. judge denied the R&B singer's latest plea for a get out of jail free card. The singer is currently in the District of Columbia facing up to a misdemeanor assault charge. However the trial, which was supposed to proceed today, got postponed until June.
Last October, Brown allegedly hit a man who was trying to take a photo with him outside of the W Hotel in Washington D.C. Prosecutors claim that because the alleged victim's injuries required hospitalization, that could justify a felony.
Brown has been in jail on a no-bail hold since March 14 after getting kicked out of his court-ordered anger-management rehab. It looks like Brown's lawyer Mark Geragos has failed to get the assault charges dropped today -- and now the 25-year-old will have to remain in jail while he awaits the trial. It looks like the "Loyal" singer will have to head back to Los Angeles to await trial there before heading back to the D.C. in June.
If found guilty in the assault case, Brown could face up to four years in prison due to his 2009 felony assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna.
We'd say we feel sorry for Brown -- but we definitely don't. Good riddance!