Finally, some good news for Chris Brown! According to sources, the settlement agreement in one of his many cases have been approved.
RadarOnline.com reports that the “Loyal” singer previously reached a deal with the victims involved in his the bloody brawl with Drake at the W.I.P. Club in 2012. However, those negotiations fell apart after the club owner filed a motion to withdraw their positions.
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Well, Breezy’s camp argued that the settlement “took months, included numerous sessions with the court, and required many hours of attorney negotiation,” and the disgruntled lawyers’ “withdrawal at this critical moment in the settlement process would materially adversely impact the parties’ ability to execute and finalize the Settlement Agreement,” court documents stated.
According to reports, the judge ruled in the entertainer’s favor, stating all parties were “ordered to appear for a compliance conference.”
Chris still has other legal woes on his hands. The troubled 25-year-old has been in custody since March, the result of a probation violation after assaulting a man in Washington, D.C. last year.
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