A judge ordered Chris Brown to stay away from his ex-girlfriend after she accused him of threatening her and physically assaulting her.
The Grammy-award-winning R & B singer is expected to stay 100 yards away, that’s (91.41 meters) from Karrueche Tran and should not attempt to contact her after the actress and model wrote in court documents that Brown has repeatedly threatened her since December.
Tran also accused Chris Brown of punching here in the stomach and pushed her down the stairs a few years ago. The document does not provide additional details or indicate whether or not this was filed with the police first. Shet states that no one else was present at that time of the incident.
The order, issued Friday, states that Brown must hand over any firearm he possesses until March 9, when a hearing will be held.
His lawyer, Mark Geragos, did not respond to an email from CTN News seeking further comment.
Brown and Tran started dating after the singer pleaded guilty to assault, the beating he inflicted on his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, just hours before the Grammy Awards ceremony.
A judge ended his probation in 2015, shortly after Brown was involved in several incidents that included hitting a man outside a hotel in Washington and in rehab. The singer also underwent therapy for domestic violence and anger management.
A center that treated Brown wrote in a letter in 2014 to the judge overseeing his parole in Rihanna’s case that “the singer was being treated for bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and substance abuse”.
Brown’s career faltered after his attack on Rihanna, but eventually recovered and the musician won a Grammy for his album “F.A.M.E”.