Chris Brown Wants To Talk To Cops About Frank Ocean Brawl
Chris Brown is denying he started the brawl with Frank Ocean last weekend at a Los Angeles recording studio, and he’s eager to talk to cops to tell his side of the story. As we previously reported, a witness to the fight has said that the “Look at Me Now” singer threw the first punch, but reportedly, the surveillance video that captured the brawl tells a different story. According to TMZ:
“Law enforcement sources tell us … Chris’ lawyer, Mark Geragos, has already contacted detectives and said the singer is ready, willing and able to give them the blow-by-blow, because he knows he did nothing wrong.
What’s more … sources say Geragos’ team has surveillance video of the last part of the fight, and Chris is as clean as a whistle — not throwing a single punch.
But here’s the thing. We’re told the video also clears Frank Ocean — he never takes a swing at anyone. The fighting is between the two posses.”
Unfortunately, the video didn’t capture the entire fight since the violent exchange erupted in the parking lot of the studio where there are no cameras. The brawl eventually moved into the lobby, where a camera was located. Despite not “throwing a single punch” (side-eye), Chris was photographed leaving his home on Tuesday sporting a cast over his right hand.