Here we go again. According to the Palm Beach Post, singer Chris Brown was arrested following his concert at Coral Sky Amphitheatre on July 5. Police apprehended the 29-year-old on an outstanding felony assault warrant.
The father-of-one received the felony assault charge in April 2017 after an altercation that took place in a Tampa nightclub where Chris allegedly punched photographer Bennie Vines.
The warrant was classified as a "florida pick-up only," as reported by Palm Beach Post, meaning the "Forever" singer could only be arrested by Florida law enforcement. According to the outlet, Chris was booked at 11 p.m. ET and later released on a $2,000 cash bond.
Of course, this isn’t Chris’s first run-in with the law. Over the years, the controversial artist has sadly gained a reputation for being violent toward women. Rolling Stone reports that to date, Chris was once arrested for the 2009 assault of his then-girlfriend, Rihanna.
In addition, the publication states that Chris was sued in May 2018 by a woman who claimed she was sexually assaulted by a pair of Brown associates during a February 2017 party at the singer’s house.
Following his release, Chris took to Instagram to share a picture from the July 5 concert. "What’s NEW?????" he captioned the image with an eye-roll emoji. "Show tomorrow!!!!" he added with a heart emoji.
Based on his post, it doesn’t appear as if his arrest is slowing down his performances. Currently, Chris is on his Heartbreak on a Full Moon Tour which is set to continue through the summer. His next performance is schedule for July 6, at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre at the Florida State Fair Grounds in Tampa.