Page Six reported that Chris Brown was recently ordered to give up the property rights of one of his pets, a monkey named Fiji. The singer reached an agreement with the Los Angeles district attorney's office regarding his illegal cappuccino pet.
The pop star has to enter a fun program and will also avoid time behind bars, says a new TMZ report. Initially, Brown faced six months in jail after he was slapped with two minor charges for buying the jumpsuit without proper authorization two years ago.
In 2018, Brown published a photo of his pet monkey on social networks and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife launched an investigation into the matter, concluding that the animal was one of the "restricted species."
Mr. Brown, as a result, gave up his pet, but he has to pay an additional $ 35,000 to store the monkey. In addition, Brown is prohibited from breaking the laws in the next six months. Earlier, TMZ reported that Brown wanted to have a monkey because he had heard that Michael Jackson had one called Bubbles.
This would not be the first time Chris annoys someone this year. At the beginning of 2019, Chris provoked controversy between his fans and Rihanna's on social media when he posted several comments on his Instagram page, one in which Rihanna was marketing his new lingerie brand.
Brown pleaded guilty to assaulting Rihanna in 2009 and received a six-month sentence in community service and another five years probation. He had also been fighting with other artists, including Drake in 2012 and Frank Ocean in the following year.
In 2013, he was hit with more charges as well. In addition, Chris was charged with rape by a woman in France in January, but was subsequently released from jail due to insufficient evidence. Later, Chris began marketing and promoting a shirt that had the words, "that B * tch is lying," written on it.
Even Justin Bieber came out later and supported Chris on social media amid the accusations.