In keeping with , Chris has already voluntarily surrendered the newborn monkey, and the case has been turned over to the L.A. Metropolis Lawyer. A few of Grammy-winning singer’s on-line followers notified the California Division of Fish and Wildlife after he shared on December 6 of his three-year-old daughter Royalty, whom he shares with Nia Guzman, cuddling Fiji.
“Chris Brown posted one thing on Instagram in December and confirmed an image of his daughter with the monkey and mentioned it was his pet,” an officer from the Division of Fish and Wildlife instructed Web page Six on Friday, January 12. “Instantly we had half a dozen or so cellphone calls. It isn’t lawful to own an unpermitted monkey, together with a bunch of different animals, in California [sic].”
“We did a short investigation to come back to a conclusion that he was certainly in possession [of an animal without a permit],” added the officer, who defined, “On January 2, they used a search warrant to go to the home and [seize] the monkey as proof and they’re going to file the case with the L.A. Metropolis Lawyer’s Workplace. I do not assume it has been filed but. I think about will probably be filed quickly.”
In keeping with a spokesperson for the L.A. Metropolis Lawyer’s Workplace, there was “no data presently.” In the meantime, Chris’ lawyer Mark Geragos mentioned he thought it was “absurd” of the Metropolis Lawyer to “spend taxpayer cash on investigating monkey enterprise.”
The “Endlessly” hitmaker might withstand six months in jail if convicted. However his lawyer mentioned they’re “assured nothing will come of this.”