Just minutes after Chris Brown’s anticipated arraignment, Donald Etra, Rihanna’s attorney says the singer may testify ! Speaking with Entertainment Tonight reporters, Etra said “If required to testify she will testify.” Etra, who reportedly told officials that Rihanna was not in need of a ‘no contact order,’ went on to say “Rihanna opposed that”. As previously reported, Rihanna does have a level one order. According to officials a level one protective order says Brown is not to annoy, molest or harass the “Take A Bow” singer, words were echoed by the presiding judge Thursday. Brown, while in court Thursday, was asked if he understood the order and responded “yes ma’am”. In related news, one of Rihanna’s relatives has come forward after hearing of Brown’s charges, click here for that story… Chris Brown is expected to appear in court April 6.
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