Following the verdict, the singer’s own assault trial was set to begin, but a judge delayed the proceedings until Wednesday.
According to CNN:
D.C. Superior Judge Patricia Wynn said Christopher Hollosy was not justified in hitting Parker Adams since there was no evidence he was advancing on the singer as he took photos with a fan.
Wynn, who will also decide Brown’s case, said she believed the testimony of a limousine driver who said Brown hit Adams before Hollosy attacked.
Breezy, though facing a misdemeanor charge, is also facing some serious consequences for the scuffle with Adams.
He could receive probation in the District of Columbia if found guilty, but a Los Angeles judge is waiting on the verdict before deciding whether Brown, 24, will remain jailed in California.
An acquittal would give Brown’s lawyer a chance to argue that he should be allowed to make his own way back to California for a probation hearing. Otherwise, he’ll have to go back the way he came to Washington: on “Con Air,” the federal inmate transport system.
We’re sure Breezy’s camp has their fingers crossed. We’ll keep you updated on the latest in Brown’s case.