As of now Chris Brown has one less thing to worry about, according to a report by AP, a Los Angeles judge dismissed the hit-and-run driving charge previously leveled against the singer. The judge stated that Chris reached a “civil compromise” with the other driver, giving way for the misdemeanor charged to be dropped.
The whole incident occurred when the Range Rover Chris Brown was driving hit a woman’s Mercedes in Toluca Lake back in May. Chris’ attorney, Mark Geragos, says that he only accidentally gave her the wrong insurance information although insurance did cover the $800 damage to her vehicle.
However, the city prosecutor Patrick Hiscocks wasn’t too happy about Chris Brown getting off this easy, he objected to the dismissal making argument that Brown was still on probation at the time of the crash for assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.