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Chris Brown’s assault trial for allegedly punching a man in Washington, D.C. in October was postponed. Due to the current trial with Brown’s bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, a judge put off the verdict until Hollosy’s trial was concluded first.
District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Patricia Wynn said that she will issue her verdict for Brown’s bodyguard Monday, according to Reuters.
During the alleged assault at a hotel in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 27, a photographer, Parker Adams, attempted to take a picture when Brown supposedly punched the man before Hollosy followed suit.
Brown has been accused of the same crime as Hollosy, and his trial will begin immediately after a verdict is given for his bodyguard.
As previously reported, Brown has been spending his time in jail while he awaits his trial. Brown was kicked out of rehab in March for unknown reasons and arrested.
Brown’s troubling times date back to 2009, when the singer assaulted his then-girlfriend Rihanna and was given five years probation.