Singer Chris Brown arrested for felony battery

Chris Brown

Chris Brown hopped off the stage and into a police cruiser after cops arrested him following a concert in Florida.

- Singer Chris Brown was arrested in Palm Beach County Thursday night for a warrant out of Hillsborough County.

Chris Brown in a booking photo provided by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. After his release, Brown posted to Instagram to tell fans that his Friday, July 6 show in Tampa is still on.

Tampa police said the charge stems from April 2017, when the 29-year-old entertainer was accused of punching a photographer at AJA Channelside in downtown Tampa.

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The singer is said to have been arrested for an outstanding warrant in a nearby county but it's unclear as to what the warrant pertains to.

In 2009, Brown was arrested just before the Grammy Awards on charges of assaulting Rihanna. He was arrested on a felony battery charge and booked into the county jail. Brown posted $2,000 bond and has been released.

He was sentenced to five years of probation and six months of community service for this. Brown was gone by the time officers arrived that night, and Vines refused medical treatment, but he told the officers that he wanted to prosecute over a minor lip cut.

Later that year, Brown was kicked out of a rehab facility after smashing his mother's vehicle window during a family session.

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