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Is Chris Brown out of Second Chances? (Back in the News)

 Singing and dancing is the claim to fame for some of the biggest superstars. The key word here is superstar. No matter how you slice it, Chris Brown is a superstar, from a small town in VA, who made his way on the scene as a singing and dancing Michael Jackson clone. Teenage girls and boys had found a new heartthrob with beats and melodies that made him more than the flavor of the month. The next big thing had arrived and Generation Y was more than obliged to reward him with record sales. Contrary to popular belief, selling records is his job and the way he makes a living.

The Prisonworld Radio Hour is one of the most unique hours of information and entertainment on the airwaves today. Within the last three years, co-hosts Rufus and Jenny Triplett have tackled some of the grittiest issues involving celebrities and their improprieties. The situation between Chris Brown and Rhianna is one that will be discussed from time to time due to the domestic violence connection and the fact that Chris Brown is a convicted felon.

“The very interesting aspect of all of this is that Rhianna has forgiven him and moved on. Why is everyone else standing in judgment? If they can be cordial enough to have a business relationship, why does anyone else think that their opinion is going to matter? Chris Brown took the anger management classes, did the community service that the judge ordered him to do. Why is Robert Downy, Jr. and Charlie Sheen more forgivable than Chris Brown?” says Jenny Triplett, co-host and co-producer.

Here is an “unofficial” excerpt from the police report:

Brown looked at Robyn F. and stated, ‘I’m going to beat the sh– out of you when we get home! You wait and see!’
The detective said “Robyn F.” then used her cell phone to call her personal assistant Jennifer Rosales, who did not answer.
Robyn F. pretended to talk to her and stated, ‘I’m on my way home. Make sure the police are there when I get there.’ After Robyn F. faked the call, Brown looked at her and stated, ‘You just did the stupidest thing ever! Now I’m really going to kill you!’
Brown resumed punching Robyn F. and she interlocked her fingers behind her head and brought her elbows forward to protect her face. She then bent over at the waist, placing her elbows and face near her lap in [an] attempt to protect her face and head from the barrage of punches being levied upon her by Brown. Brown continued to punch Robyn F. on her left arm and hand, causing her to suffer a contusion on her left triceps (sic) that was approximately two inches in diameter and numerous contusions on her left hand. Robyn F. then attempted to send a text message to her other personal assistant, Melissa Ford. Brown snatched the cellular telephone out of her hand and threw it out of the window onto an unknown street. He then placed her in a head lock positioning the front of her throat between his bicep and forearm. Brown began applying pressure to Robyn F.’s left and right carotid arteries, causing her to be unable to breathe and she began to lose consciousness.
She reached up with her left hand and began attempting to gouge his eyes in an attempt to free herself. Brown bit her left ring and middle fingers and then released her. While Brown continued to punch her, she turned around and placed her back against the passenger door. She brought her knees to her chest, placed her feet against Brown’s body and began pushing him away. Brown continued to punch her on the legs and feet, causing several contusions. Robyn F. began screaming for help and Brown exited the vehicle and walked away. A resident in the neighborhood heard Robyn F.’s plea for help and called 911, causing a police response. An investigation was conducted and Robyn F. was issued a Domestic Violence Emergency Protective Order.

“Where does the second chance part come in? When you do the crime and do the time when does the forgiveness start? We in no way condone the beatings of females, but it has to be a certain point where this case is examined for what it is. Has he done it again? Is it a pattern of behavior? Why is he being crucified and why can’t people move on? These are the questions we need to be asking is how we can help the situation and not continue to stand in judgment.” says Rufus Triplett, Jr., co-host and co-producer.

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