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Chris Brown Accused Of Snatching & Stealing Woman's Phone

Chris Brown has thrown yet another one of his infamous temper tantrums this time while leaving a club. Read more below:
Singer Chris Brown snatched a fan’s phone after she took a photo of him outside the South Beach club Cameo, telling her emphatically that she would not post his picture “on no website,” then drove off, Miami Beach Police said.

Brown’s eager fan, a 24-year-old Miami woman, told police that she was inside Cameo during the wee hours Sunday when she saw Brown, 22, and fellow artist Tyga leaving the nightclub at 1445 Washington Ave. through a side door.

The woman, Christal Spann, and her friends followed Brown and rapper Tyga outside, where she saw him get into his black Bentley, according to a Miami Beach Police report. Spann approached Brown and took a photo with her $500 white iPhone 4S while he was sitting in his car.

Then the surly hip-hop star reached through the window, took her cell phone from her hands, and said, “B**** you ain’t going to put that on no website,” Spann told police.

He put up his window, drove west on Espanola Way, and north on Washington Avenue, police said.

responded at 4:43 a.m. They listed the offense as a “robbery by sudden snatching,” and said the incident would be further investigated.

Police said the state attorney's officeis preparing the arrest warrant for Brown. Tyga wasn't implicated, they said. Authorities say they don't believe Brown in still in Miami.

The state attorney's office wouldn't comment on the case.

Brown couldn't immediately be reached for comment.
All I'm gonna say is that I hope Chris gets the help he needs. He is really starting to become out of control but I'm sure some people already feel he is.
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