Chris Brown ‘Not Barred’ From ‘Deep’ Movie, Plus Rihanna Case Thrown out ?

Hip Hop recording star T.I. says reports that Chris Brown has been removed from marketing and promotional material for the forthcoming film “Bone Deep(Heist)” are news to him. “I’m a producer on the movie and I ain’t put forth no sort of order or request man,” T.I. told recently. Reports issued late February suggested the embattled R&B singer had been pulled due to fears that his current legal woes stemming from an alleged altercation with fellow chart-topping singer Rihanna would impact the film’s audience in a negative light. According to T.I., it is too early to jump to conclusions: “Personally, it’s very, very premature to jump to such a conclusion given that none of these matters have been resolved. No one has been tried or convicted or nothing like that. I’m not going to jump to no conclusions.” T.I., currently the star of MTV’s “Road To Redemption,” is due to face his own legal woes later this month on weapon charges. In related news, Chris Brown’s legal team is rumored to be taking on Brown’s charges in connection to the alleged beating of Rihanna in February. Sources say Brown, instead of taking a plea deal, wants the charges dismissed completely. “He will argue it was a misunderstanding between two young people passionately in love,” a source told the London Paper. Furthermore, Brown’s lawyers are rumored to be using Rihanna’s leaked photo, stating the photo could eliminate any chance of a fair trial for the singer. Chris Brown is due in court early April.


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