Chris Brown Pleads Guilty to Assault, Gets $150 Fine for Punching a Fan in the Face

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Chris Brown has owned up to his part in a brawl that took place with a fan last October.

"I would like to say to the court that I'm sorry," the "Loyal" crooner said in a Washington, D.C. court Tuesday as he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault, according to New York Daily News. The case came about after he punched a man while he was on probation for beating Rihanna.

Chris' lawyer, Danny Onorato, told the court that he been had punished enough, saying the singer had already served time in California for assault and underwent four months of inpatient counseling after his probation got revoked because of the incident. "To say that he's been punished severely in this matter is an understatement," Danny said.

The case came about after police said Chris punched 20-year-old Parker Adams and broke his nose outside of the W Hotel in D.C.. Parker got the smack down after he tried to crash a photo Chris was taking with a female friend and another person. "I'm not down with that gay sh*t," Brown allegedly said before clocking him on the nose.

Police said Chris' bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, jumped in after that and punched the man as well. Hollosy was convicted of misdemeanor assault in April and hasn't been sentenced yet. Meanwhile, Chris was sentenced to two days in jail and slapped with a $150 fine, according to Jezebel. He didn't have to serve the two days since it was credited to the time he already served.
Chris Brown Pleads Guilty to Assault in DC

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