Chris Brown’s Hit-and-Run Victim Will Not Be Prosecuting

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Last month Chris Brown rear ended a Mercedes in the streets of L.A. Although Chris Brown claimed that he had caused no damage to the vehicle, and followed protocol by exchanging information, the case soon became a charge of a hit-and-run.

Like Most celebrities Chris Brown decided to plead his case and rant his defense on Twitter to his followers. His post was insisting that his lawyer would work to get the charges dropped. Lucky for Chris Brown things are going smoothly and may even be going his way.
The driver of the vehicle Olga Gure-Kovalenko, is now expressing no desire to have the singer prosecuted and now his lawyers have filed for the charges to be completely dropped. Chris Brown’s attorney has yet to make a final decision and is reportedly asking for time to think it over.
Regardless of the matter Chris Brown could also still be charged for driving without a valid California license, there is also a small possibility that any of these events could qualify as a probation violation, resulting in 4 years of possible jail time.
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