Chris Brown Pleads Not Guilty, Kiss Kiss Career Goodbye
We're surprised Chris Brown didn't beat the crap out of Judge Patricia Schnegg after entering his "not guilty" plea today at the Los Angeles County Court. Brown entered the court room in an black striped suit, pants and tie - he wanted his attire to match the color of his soul. Success!
The musician pleaded not guilty in a Los Angeles courtroom Monday to two felony counts – assault and making criminal threats – in the alleged Feb. 8 beating of his girlfriend Rihanna.
Asked by Judge Patricia Schnegg for his plea for both charges, Brown answered "not guilty" to each one in a barely audible voice. The judge set the next hearing for April 29.
Brown's lawyer, Mark Geragos, told the judge that "more discovery was needed" in the case, meaning that he is awaiting review of more evidence. Rihanna was not present nor required to show at the hearing.