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    Chris Brown faces new assault allegations

    The troubled singer, still on probation following a conviction for assaulting Rhianna, now faces new allegations of assaulting a man outside a bar. Reports claim that a woman asked for a picture to be taken with the singer. He agreed, but two men also entered the camera range. Brown allegedly said "Gay sh*t" and punched one of the men. In the altercation, Brown and his bodyguard were both arrested on suspicion of assault.

    Chris Brown Arrested for Assault in Washington D.C., Could Face Jail Time | Billboard

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    Sigh.

    I had a bad feeling Chris hadn't changed after the GMA incident and other incidents following it.

    It's a shame because he's incredibly talented, but he really needs to get his act together. If he continues to blame others for his actions and not get some help, he's going to end up hurting (or even killing), somebody.

    I hope someone gives him a wakeup call before it's too late; he needs some serious therapy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrieflattsfan View Post
    Sigh.

    I had a bad feeling Chris hadn't changed after the GMA incident and other incidents following it.

    It's a shame because he's incredibly talented, but he really needs to get his act together. If he continues to blame others for his actions and not get some help, he's going to end up hurting (or even killing), somebody.

    I hope someone gives him a wakeup call before it's too late; he needs some serious therapy.
    He is either going to end up killing someone or he is going to mess with the wrong person and they are going to kill him.
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    I have difficulty showing too much compassion for people who are on a distructive path.
    As much as I want to understand and feel empathy, I have a "no tolerance" stance for the sake of the general public who so often gets caught in the cross fire of peoples self distructive tendancies.

    If you wanna go out in the woods and bang your head against a tree, I might feel bad for you and want to help.
    But if you are going to throw chairs out of office windows and and get into altercations with people on the street and punch and call people hate terms, than No!

    Sorry, Zero Tolerance!

    With that said, I had not forgotten what happened in the first famed altercation. No one who is not dangerous can do that much damage to a 98 pound young girl, and not be considered very dangerous to have in public.

    Sorry folks, no tolerance for violence against the public.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pklongbeach View Post
    I have difficulty showing too much compassion for people who are on a distructive path.
    As much as I want to understand and feel empathy, I have a "no tolerance" stance for the sake of the general public who so often gets caught in the cross fire of peoples self distructive tendancies.

    If you wanna go out in the woods and bang your head against a tree, I might feel bad for you and want to help.
    But if you are going to throw chairs out of office windows and and get into altercations with people on the street and punch and call people hate terms, than No!

    Sorry, Zero Tolerance!

    With that said, I had not forgotten what happened in the first famed altercation. No one who is not dangerous can do that much damage to a 98 pound young girl, and not be considered very dangerous to have in public.

    Sorry folks, no tolerance for violence against the public.
    Nobody in their right mind would condone what Chris has done; he needs help before it's too late.

    But I do think sometimes people ignore that in order to fix the problem, you need to get the root of it. We know Chris witnessed his father beating up his mother; that alone explains why he thinks violence is the answer.

    Chris's anger issues appear to only have gotten worse since the 2009 incident, despite his claims that he is a "changed man."

    I don't have any empathy for what he has done; violence is never okay.

    I do have empathy for the fact that nobody stepped in and showed him the right path.

    He continues to show the same patterns of behavior and act like he is the victim through all of this. If he truly wants to change, he needs to be held accountable, drop the arrogant attitude, and letting other people get him off the hook because he's a celebrity.

    He had the opportunity to change, and he still does. Instead, here we are four years later, and he's still acting violently and taking to social media to whine about how people aren't allowing him to "move on."

    He could change the perception the public has of him by taking some accountability, but instead he retorts to violence and blaming.

    It also doesn't help matters that Rihanna has gone back to him, and appears to have an empathetic attitude towards the public and the seriousness surrounding domestic violence.

    Rihanna has changed dramatically since 2009, and just from seeing her in interviews now, it appears she's fragile and insecure. She's constantly naked on a magazine cover, objectifying herself, and basically sending the message that it's acceptable for a man to beat a woman.

    Yes, their relationship is their business, but both Brown and Rihanna appear to have some serious issues and growing up to do. Someone needed to step in long before now, but as per usual in Hollywood, everything is excused in the name of fame and money.

    These two are the poster children for what fame, money, and arrogance can do. A terrible situation all around, with two talented but very troubled people in the middle of it all who can't do the right thing. They claim it's love, but they won't be singing that same tune when someone ends up dead.

    Sad.

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    I agree. And its a very mixed message now that all celebrity trash gets lived out in the public instead of being hidden from the public.

    We can say we are growing and evolving as a society when we expose domestic violence like this, or the OJ debacle. But in truth, because the media and the public enjoy washing themselves in it, it becomes very confusing to the public what is acceptable and what isn't.

    Had Mickey Rooney beaten Judy Garland half to death in the height of their celebrity in 1938, you would have never heard form Mickey again. Except in the worst possible way.
    So what does it say, that we are looking at Hollywood, and the media, trying to continue to sell Brown as a celebrity?

    It means a very confusing messege about violence against the public, that is what it means.
    Throwing that chair out an upstairs office window would have been jail for any one of us, and possibly ruined our lives, literally. But for Brown, the station does not press changes, and investigaters do not press charges, and so it goes. He literally endagerged the lives of the public and wiht absolutely no repercussions.

    The level of voilence against my girlfreind that he showed against his would have been met with immediate jail and probably 10 to 20.
    Not because she forgave me, but because I proved myself to the state to be dangerous to society.

    But so it goes. Teens are learning at an alarming rate how to gain attention from violence, and it is always taken out on us civilians. I just think it is incredibly sad.
    Remember that throughout history the punsihment for violence against society was met with swift and drastic punishment to send a clear messege it will not be tolorated.

    Well, guess what? Chris Brown has been tolorated in your childrens eyes now for some time.
    Whats the message?


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