R&B singer Bobby Brown, who is set to appear on CMT’s ‘Gone Country’ later this month, can’t seem to stay out of the courthouse. Massachusetts State Police are trying to bring a cocaine possession charge against the 38-year-old crooner, according to reports. A show-cause hearing scheduled for yesterday at Brockton District Court was rebooked for Feb. 19 because Bobby’s new attorney, Stephanie Soriano, a former Suffolk County prosecutor, had a calendar conflict. Soriano declined to comment on the matter. Apparently, the complaint came to the aid of Brockton police on Dec. 1, when they were called to squash a fight at the local Holiday Inn shortly after midnight, according to Trooper Eric Benson. He said the officers were directed to a 2004 Lincoln Navigator, where Brown, who lists his residence as Encino, Calif., was sitting in the front seat. Benson said police are seeking to charge Brown with a single count of possession of a Class B substance, which the court papers identify as cocaine.