Bobby Brown Wanted In Massachusetts

According to reports, a judge has put out an order of arrest for R&B singer Bobby Brown if he steps foot in Massachusetts after Brown failed to show up for a hearing Monday over delinquent child support payments. “It’s just a very difficult time for him, as you can well imagine,” said Brown?s attorney Parks, an Atlanta-based entertainment lawyer. “The media is very aware of this very public divorce that’s going on right now. It’s unfortunate we find ourselves back in Boston on this matter.” R&B queen Whitney Houston filed for a legal separation last month. “Whether or not he’s going through a divorce doesn’t negate the fact that he still owes child support relative to his two children that he had prior to his marriage,” said Judge Paula Carey. Kim Ward, of Stoughton, the mother of two of Brown’s children, says Brown owes two months’ support, or $11,000. In June 2004, Brown was sentenced to 90 days in prison for missing three months of payments. That sentence was immediately suspended after Brown made back payments totaling about $15,000.


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