R&B/Pop sensation Rihanna, unlike Chris Brown, is holding on to endorsement deals including CoverGirl and doing ‘just fine’ Wednesday. According to CoverGirl, Rihanna’s ads will continue to run as scheduled despite the ongoing investigation being conducted by the LAPD. CoverGirl sources, who spoke late Tuesday, say “Out of respect for our CoverGirls, we do not share information regarding their personal lives.” In addition to CoverGirl repping the “Don’t Stop The Music” star, the singer’s grandmother says her granddaughter is ‘fine’ according to local Barbadian newspaper Daily Nation. “Rihanna is fine and she is doing well,” says grandmother Clara Brathwaite. As reported Tuesday, Rihanna is said to be in full cooperation with investigators. However, in a disturbing update, Rihanna is said to have told investigators that Chris Brown said “I’m going to kill you” during their alleged altercation. An unidentified source, who spoke with E!, claims Rihanna became angry and threw Brown’s keys out of the car during their alleged argument at 12:30am. As a result of Brown not being able to find the keys, the source says Brown went into a rage and put his hands around her neck. While story after story is being leaked through outlets such as E! and Access Hollywood, legal experts say domestic cases like this tend to fall apart when the victim refuses to testify. In Brown’s case rumored photographs taken at the scene may, according to attorney Alexandra Leichter, be enough to convict. Los Angeles Police Department Investigators, as reported Tuesday, have been asked to conduct further investigation into the weekend’s alleged incident, according to a statement issued from the LAPD. Chris Brown is due in court next month.
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