DC court hearing
Handful of reporters and photographers waiting outside DC court for Chris Brown. No sign of any fans.
Chris’ entourage just pulled up. Then left after reporters gathered.
Photographers now chasing Chris’ Entourage SUVs around block.
Chris Brown enters DC court with very little security and no fans. Now waiting in security line.
Singer Chris Brown and his entourage are inside DC courtroom waiting for hearing to begin. Courtroom not open to press or public yet.
Right now 7 reporters and 1 member of general public are the only people waiting to get in the courtroom.
Bodyguard for Chris Brown tells reporters “stay tuned there’s more to come” when asked about his conviction. "I’m here for you guys"
Bodyguard Christopher Hollosy tells reporters “I want keep you busy for a few more weeks”
Reporters have now been alowed in the courtroom. There are now 5 members of general public waiting to get in.
Inside DC courtroom Chris Brown sits with Karrueche and his attorney waiting for hearing to begin.
Reporters now talking about Chris’ shoes: #chrisbrown wearing gray suit and white and silver #Louboutin shoes.”
No jail time for Chris Brown. Pleads guilty to simple assault
Chris says to judge “I would like to say to the court that I’m sorry. I really am sorry”
Chris Brown pleads guilty in exchange for time served he’s walking out of court now.
Attorney for Chris says singer career was “derailed for a year” and “he wants to go back on tour.
Attorney for Chris Brown says civil lawsuit in DC assault case is still pending.
Judge gives Chris credit for 2 days in DC lockup as time served. He was facing 180 days in jail. No jail or DC probation.
Prosecutors tell judge Chris punched victim with a fist and broke his nose. Brown admits.
Attorney for Chris Brown says singer is still under mandatory drug testing twice a week for LA probation.
Judge says Chris Brown was punished enough: “I feel he has suffered consequences”
Singer Chris Brown must pay DC court fee of $150.00.
Lawyer: Chris Brown has learned to be “more judicious” with his actions; he’s “misperceived,” a “wonderful person.”
"I’m confident that Mr. Brown is going to make good choices going forward." Chris Brown’s lawyer outside DC Superior Court.