Chris Brown Hit-And-Run Claims Denied
Breezy's lawyer has said he DID contact the other driver...
Chris Brown is said to have denied hit-and-run claims following a car accident in Los Angeles last week.
TMZ reported that Breezy was involved in a collision with another vehicle, but initially refused to hand over his licence number and insurance information to the other driver.
Los Angeles police are thought to be investigating the incident after Chris allegedly gave her incorrect insurance info.
However, Breezy's lawyer Mark Geragos has told Access Hollywood that the Turn Up The Music singer did give the other driver his correct details, with Geragos stating he contacted her after the smash.
Geragos added that she also hung up on him and has failed to return his further calls.
He went on to state that neither Chris or his legal reps have yet to be contacted by the LAPD, regardless of previous reports that they were investigating the incident.
Breezy himself later posted a snap of the other driver's car on The Chris Brown Channel to further set the record straight, accompanied with the comment: “Just want to tell y’all I did right last week. I gave the other driver all my information and don’t believe there was any damage done.”
If found guilty of the alleged hit-and-run charge, Chris could face four years in prison for violating terms of his probation as a result of his 2009 assault on ex-girlfriend, Rihanna.