Chris Brown Keeps Management, New Court Date Set

Rumors that Chris Brown had fired his entire staff, including manager Tina Davis, are false according to Brown’s mother. Speaking up Thursday, Brown’s mother Joyce Hawkins says “Reports that Chris is looking to replace his team, including Mark Geragos (attorney), Tina Davis and Mike Sitrick (publicist) are false. There are only two people who could make a change at that level on Chris’ behalf: his business attorney Kenny Meiselas and me — and neither of us were the source of this information.” Hawkins, who reportedly co-manages Brown, also questioned the source of the information, namely the New York Post, stating Brown’s attorney had already told them the information was untrue. “To the contrary, Kenny told the media outlet that broke this item, that the information they had was false….there is no room for doubt or misunderstanding, let me state unequivocally, that no change is planned or being made with respect to Mark Geragos, Tina Davis or Mike Sitrick. We are very pleased with the work they are doing.” In related news, Chris Brown’s ‘felony assault’ and ‘making criminal threats’ case has a new courtdate — this time however, Brown is not required to appear. According to a story leaked early Thursday, Brown’s attorney Mark Geragos is expected to meet with the judge presiding over the “Take You Down” singer’s case. Sources speculate the meeting is likely to include whether or not Rihanna will testify while others believe the March 23 date is simply an update or ‘status conference’. Chris Brown is however due to appear April 6. Additional Reporting/Sources: TMZ/ET/Us Magazine


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