Chris Brown Hit-and-Run Case Dismissed
Brown and the alleged victim reportedly came to a civil compromise that did not involve money since there was only minor damage to her vehicle, and the alleged victim asked the judge to dismiss the case.
The L.A. City Attorney objected to the dismissal, according to TMZ, and argued to the judge that Brown was very aggressive toward the victim after the accident, using profanity towards her."
They report that the city attorney also argued that Brown was on felony probation and therefore his alleged misconduct of leaving the scene without providing the other driver with his California driver's license was all the more serious.
However, the judge decided to dismiss the case despite the objections. Brown's attorney, Mark Geragos spoke to TMZ after the decision and told them, "The case never should have been filed in the first place. It's unfortunate he was being prosecuted for who he is rather than what he's done." Watch video of the interview here.