In February, Chris was questioned by British police in relation to a reported assault on a music producer. According to the allegations, Brown smashed a bottle over the head of the unnamed producer while at a nightclub. "A row broke out with a guy and Brown's crowd and the man was hit over the head with a bottle." The witness to the incident continued. "He tried to get up off the ground to escape but he was surrounded and then punched and kicked."
While Brown's representatives said the rapper would meet with law enforcement at the end of March. "Two men were due to attend a police station for a voluntary interview on March 29 but did not attend. Enquiries are ongoing to locate them." However, he reportedly returned to the US at the end of his tour without meeting with the cops. This may lead to more serious legal consequences if he crosses the Atlantic.
Brown Will Face Arrest If He Re-enters the UK
According to sources who spoke with the Sun, Brown could face arrest if he returns to the UK. "Chris knows he will be arrested if he goes back to the UK but is still doing everything he can to avoid it. But he is also concerned he could potentially be picked up in any country with an extradition treaty with Great Britain."
However, it's not the first time that Brown has faced British-centric controversy. After being convicted of assaulting Rihanna, Brown was banned from entering the UK. That ban was overturned by Home Secretary Priti Patel in 2020 but the ban still weighs on the artist. "There was some speculation in the Brown camp that the British might be too embarrassed to arrest Chris because the Government had let him back in." This may be why Brown was allowed to leave the country in March. While Brown does not have an upcoming on the books, this development could affect his future plans.