Chris Brown Arrested, Detained For Alleged Rape & Drug Possession in Paris

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 and two members of his team have been detained by French police and are in custody after a woman claims she was raped by the singer in a hotel.

French authorities confirm to TMZ Brown has been detained and is in custody for alleged aggravated and narcotics offences. Authorities went on to say he is being processed, which appears to be the French version of being arrested and booked.

The woman says she met Brown overnight between January 15-16 at club Le Crystal and then headed back to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel with the singer where she claims to have been raped.

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Investigators have two days to decide to file preliminary charges or to let Brown go.

Brown was prosecuted for felony assault and making criminal threats after he brutally attacked Rihanna in Los Angeles. The beating left Rihanna with visible facial injuries to her eyes and mouth which required hospitalization.

Brown later pled guilty to a felony and was sentenced to community service, 5 years probation and domestic violence counselling.

Brown was sued back in May by a woman who claimed she was raped at a party at the singer’s home. The woman claimed Brown supplied party attendees with Molly, cocaine and weed and that it was one of his friends who raped her.

The LAPD investigated the woman’s claim after she filed a report, but could not determine if the sex was forced or consensual. The lawsuit is ongoing.

A longtime Parisian criminal defence lawyer tells TMZ, Chris has effectively been arrested. Within 2 days he must either be released or appear in court, where a prosecutor can ask the judge to either keep Brown in custody pending trial or let him go free with “obligations.” If Brown’s released with obligations, we’re told he could be required to surrender his passport to French authorities and would remain in pending trial, which typically takes a year.

The lawyer adds Brown could be required to go to the police station every 2 weeks to ensure he’s still in France.

 

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