Chris Brown gets his Slap on the Wrist

The world waited with bated breath yesterday as Rihanna was set to testify against Chris Brown in the incident that left her battered, bloodied, and bruised in January. Speculations were made on what would happen and it turns out that Rihanna never ended up testifying at all. I guess Chris realized that he wasn’t going to get off scott-free and so he did the safe things and pled guilty. You can only hope so. I don’t really know how he ever thought he was going to get off that one, especially after Rihanna ditched him once and for good. So in exchange for the plea, Brown has to pick up some trash and check in with the courts every once in awhile to make sure he’s not out beating women. I say, he’ll f ind a way to do it now that he won’t be behind bars where he  belongs. From Bump Shack,

“Chris Brown, who faces two felony counts of assault and making criminal threats, accompanied by his lawyer, Mark Geragos, and family attended the preliminary hearing this afternoon.

Rihanna was suppose to testify against her former boyfriend but that didn’t happen since Chris plead guilty for felony assault and won’t do jail time. Here are the details of his plea bargain:

Supervised probation for 5 years.
180 days of hard labor, like graffiti cleanup in his hometown of Virginia.
He must report back to court every three months for his supervised probation.
He must also enroll in a domestic violence counseling program.
Judge issued a stay away order, which means he must stay at least 50 yards away from Rihanna.
If Rihanna and Chris at the same work related event, he must stay at least 10 yards away from her.
Chris is ordered to return back to court on August 5th to see if the stay away order can be reduced to level one.
Rihanna, dressed all in black, was present at the courthouse. The judge claimed Chris would be treated as any other person who came through her court. If Chris violates probation, he can get up to four years in jail.”

Hopefully the boy is stupid enough to think that he can also violate probation and get away with it. Unfortunately, it looks like that’s the only way we’ll see Chris pay for what he did. And even if he does that, four years still isn’t enough.

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