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Chris Brown Charged With Hit & Run, Mariah Carey Pushes New Album Back

Chris Brown is in trouble again! 
We've learned the L.A. City Attorney has filed 2 criminal charges against Brown, in connection with a minor accident last month where Chris rear-ended a Mercedes and allegedly refused to fork over his driver's license number and gave bogus insurance info and then left the scene.

The City Attorney has charged Chris with hit-and-run -- for leaving the scene without exchanging proper information. He's also been charged with the crime of driving without a valid license. The crimes are punishable by a maximum of 6 months in jail for each offense.

We've also learned the City Attorney will refer the matter to the L.A. County D.A. for a possible probation violation in the Rihanna beating case. Worst case scenario -- if the judge in that case concludes Chris broke the law and thereby violated his probation, he could be sentenced to prison for 4 years.

Mariah Carey has pushed her new album The Art Of Letting Go back to an unspecified date. The singer revealed that the album is still in the works as she continues her creative process making music.

I guess it makes sense that Mariah pushed her album back being that its less than a month away. There has been no album cover or tracklisting released so that also said alot.

The Art Of Letting Go will likely contain the hit single #Beautiful featuring Miguel.
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