Chris Brown Rejects Plea Deal in DC Assault Case

Chris Brown was back in court today!

The Grammy winning R&B singer and his attorney met with prosecutors today in hopes to strike a deal over Brown’s Washington D.C. assault case, but according to the AP, talks fell a part due to the verbiage in the terms of the deal.

As previously reported, Brown was slapped with assault charges after allegedly breaking Parker Adams' nose when he tried to insert himself in a photograph that he taking with two female fans outside the W Hotel in Washington D.C. last October (2013).

In trying to close of the case, prosecutor Kevin Chambers said in court that Brown rejected a guilty plea deal to misdemeanor assault in exchange for time already served.

His attorney Mark Geragos said defense lawyers and prosecutors couldn't agree on a statement of facts about what happened outside the W hotel.

“They wanted him to read from a script that wasn't true,” Geragos said after the hearing.

A trial for Brown is tentatively scheduled for Sept. 8.

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