Chris Brown 'Reaches Out To Police Over Ocean Brawl'
His lawyer is said to have offered that Breezy will tell his side of the story...
Over the weekend, it was claimed that the pair locked horns after having a disagreement over a car parking space at Westlake Recording Studio in LA - which resulted in a brawl breaking out between Breezy and Ocean's entourages.
It was later thought that Brown threw the first punch in the altercation, with the Don't Judge Me singer fleeing the scene of the crime before police arrived.
Frank later seemed to point the finger at Brown, writing on Twitter: "Got jumped by Chris and a couple guys. lol. only wish everest was there."
He then added: "Cut my hand now I can't play with two hands at the grammys."
Ocean was said to be keen to press charges against Brown, with LA Sheriff's Office spokesman Steve Whitmore saying the Channel Orange star was "desirous of prosecution."
Sources close to Brown have since told TMZ that he left the scene after taking the advice of his lawyer Mark Geragos - who had previously told him to never stick around if he found himself in trouble.
Geragos has now apparently reached out to police, with the website stating that he's offering for Breezy to give them his version of events.
The insider claims that Brown's lawyer also has security camera footage of the apparent incident, proving that neither Chris or Ocean hit one another in the final moments of the brawl.
It is currently unknown whether Breezy will speak to the police directly over the next few days, with the 23-year old seeming to address the conflict on Instagram in the form of a painting of Jesus Christ's crucifixion.
He accompanied the photo with the comment: "Painting the way I feel today. Focus on what matters."