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Chris Brown detained in Paris after rape claim — security sources

A woman has accused Brown, alongside with his bodyguard and a friend, of raping her in the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Paris

Boycott predators’ films. Or not

We’d miss out on the work of the talented, but a stayaway is a vote for values – and for their victims

Chris Brown sent to rehab after breaking mum’s car window

A judge has ordered singer Chris Brown to go to rehab following a report that the singer threw a rock through his mother's car window.

Chris Brown concerts cancelled, probation reinstated

The promoter of four Chris Brown concerts in Canada scheduled this summer says the events have been cancelled.

Chris Brown denies hit-and-run allegations

Singer Chris Brown, who has been charged over an alleged hit-and-run car accident, has taken to Twitter to proclaim his innocence.

Chris Brown could face jail over minor car accident

If the singer broke the terms of his probation by giving false insurance information, he could receive up to four years in prison.

Will.i.am admits to using Arty’s song, not stealing it

US producer-rapper-singer Will.i.am says he's been unfairly accused of stealing a song from a Russian dance producer for use on his new album.

Frank Ocean wants peace, won’t press charges against Chris Brown

Rising R&B star Frank Ocean said on Saturday he will not press charges against Chris Brown, who he said had "jumped" him last week in a parking lot.

Chris Brown: Not for children

Chris Brown's South African tour passed with little fuss, with many willing to ignore his bad reputation. Neo Leeuw was in the audience.

Chris Brown takes a beating – on Twitter

Singer Chris Brown is at it again on Twitter, unleashing a sexist attack on writer and comedian Jenny Johnson.

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