Victim Drops Hit & Run Charges Against Chris Brown
Chris Brown escapes the law once again. The "Run It" singer's hit-and-run case was dismissed, though prosecutors agree he should have been punished severely.
Chris Brown's hit-and-run case was just dismissed, even though prosecutors argued Chris deserved to be punished and punished severely for his alleged vehicular misdeed.
Chris and the victim struck a civil compromise -- she didn't want any money because the damage was so minor and she wanted the case dismissed. But the L.A. City Attorney objected, arguing to the judge this morning that Brown was very aggressive toward the victim after the accident -- calling her a "bitch."
The City Attorney also argued that Brown was on felony probation and therefore his alleged misconduct of leaving the scene without anteing up a California driver's license was all the more serious.
The judge, however, didn't buy the City Attorney's argument and dismissed the case.
Brown's lawyer, Mark Geragos, believes the case should have never been filed and that his client was prosecuted because he's a superstar with a troubled past.
Following an unfortunate seizure, we'd say this triumph is good news. Check out the video below and comment with your thoughts on the case.