Chris Brown has been denied entry to Australia because his 2009 assault on Rihanna, for which he was sentenced to five years of probation and six months of community service, doesn’t square with the country’s feelings about domestic violence. Faced with canceling a lucrative tour, Brown is now on Twitter trying to guess the password to get into Australia. Is it: “I would be more than grateful to come to Australia to raise awareness about domestic violence?”
Chris Brown confirmed the concerning report that he is a dad on Instagram last night by posting a photo of his 10-month-old baby. TMZ reported last month that Brown fathered the child with one Nia Guzman. He's already taken credit for how adorable the baby is, writing on Instagram, "God has blessed me with my twin. #ROYALTY."
It's an exciting time in the charity scene right now—both Lindsay Lohan and Chris Brown are scrambling to finish hundreds of community service hours in order to avoid jail time and pursue their chosen endeavors. Chris announced last night that he's been forced to postpone his tour until he completes 100 hours.
This is a video shot by TMZ of a seemingly drunk Chris Brown getting walked to his orange Lamborghini after a party following last night's BET Awards. Chris Brown was recently in jail, but now he's free to drink as much as he wants at award show after parties. But that—and everything else he does—comes with a different kind of prison.
Days after his ex-wife Michelle Ghent filed a second restraining order against actor Terrence Howard, alleging that a recent conciliatory trip to Costa Rica went violently awry, Philadelphia Magazine has discovered that Howard once assaulted a Philadelphia woman and her fiance at a diner back in 2005. Not that it's shocking: The Chris Brown apologist already has a long history of violent outbursts, dating back more than a decade.
Chris Brown, Patron Saint of Beyond Lost Causes, wants you to know he understands what it’s like to be poor. He wants you to know he understands how much it sucks to only have one pair of sneakers to wear to school each year. He wants you to know he feels the shame involved in borrowing clothes from cousins. Really, he really wants you to know this.