Talk about throwing shade.
While on the stand during the trial of Chris Brown’s bodyguard Christopher Hollosy — who was charged with misdemeanor assault following a fight outside a Washington, D.C. hotel in October — accuser Parker Adams told the court Brown’s punch didn’t hurt all that much.
When asked to evaluate the strength of Brown’s punch, one being the weakest and 10 the strongest, Adams, 20, labeled it a six. He did, however, say that Hollosy’s punch was a solid 10, a testimony that may land the bodyguard in jail for six months if convicted. But Adams’ revelation that Brown’s punch wasn’t all that strong may help the singer when he stands trial as early as next week. Maybe.
If you recall, Brown has been in custody since last month, when he was booted from a rehab facility and arrested, thereby triggering a probation violation. So Adams isn’t the only trouble he’s facing.
We’ll keep you updated with the latest in Breezy’s case.