Judge Grants Chris Brown Time, Warns ‘Not to Annoy, Harass, Molest, Threaten Anyone’
After patiently waiting for Chris Brown to arrive in court for the second time today, this time for an arraignment, it seems that the R&B singer’s attorney, Mark Geragos did not enter a plea to the two felony charges placed against his client for criminal threats and assault allegedly after physically bringing harm to Pop singer Rihanna (Robyn Fenty).
The judge asked Rihanna’s attorney Donald Etra if a “no-contact order” had been put in place for his client who did not attend the court session. Etra who has represented the likes of Snoop Dogg stated, “Miss Fenty does not request such an order.”
While standing in front of the Los Angeles Superior Court commissioner Kristi Lousteau, Chris Brown was warned, “You are not to annoy, harass, molest, threaten or use force or violence against anyone.”
Commissioner Kristi Lousteau placed a protective order against the singer although the two are reported to have reconciled as previously reported.
Since the teen R&B singer Chris Brown, 19, did not enter a plea, his arraignment has been delayed until April 6.