American singer Chris Brown is detained in Paris on suspicion of rape, CBS News judges confirmed on Tuesday. Police sources told the Associated Press and Reuters that the singer was detained by two more people and detained in Paris after a woman filed a rape appeal.
One police officer told AP that the complaint was filed with police in the 17th district of northwestern Paris. The official said one of the others was Brown's bodyguard. Brown was detained on Monday and is still in custody on Tuesday as police investigate the complaint.
In addition to allegations of aggravation of violence, Brown is also faced with possible allegations of drug-related crimes, sources cited by CBS News reported.
The arrest was first reported by Closer magazine. One year old woman claims she was raped at Brown's hotel apartment on January 15th. Brown was spotted last week in Paris, attending events around the Paris Fashion Week.
The American recording artist has a history of violence, including a charge of a crime against his then-girlfriend, Rihanna
Brown was arrested in July 2018 after a Florida concert in an exclusive criminal battery order. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's office confirmed that he was booked on the charge and then released a $ 2,000 bond.
In 2016, he was arrested in his home north of Los Angeles for aafter a woman later identified as – called 911 out of the house asking for help. He was released on bail of $ 250,000.
In 2013, Brown shot a man in front of the Washington DC, DC, and was charged with a criminal assault. The singer was ordered to recover but was fired for violating his rules.
Brown spent two and a half months in detention and the American marshals transferred him between Los Angeles and the capital of the country for court hearings. during treatment, Brown was accused of throwing a brick in his mother's car after a counseling session. It came after Brown had completed the classes of anger management ordered by the court.