One day after Chris Brown crashed his car into a wall and blamed reckless photographers for causing him to lose control over the vehicle, those very same members of the paparazzi have publically denied his story. If their version of events is to be believed, none of the photographers were even there when he crashed. They supposedly showed up afterwards to take pictures of it and were thrown under the bus by Brown because he didn’t want to take responsibility for his own actions.
Here’s the official statement INF photography agency gave to TMZ…
”He crashed his car and it’s convenient for him to blame us. He needs to be careful with his defamatory statements."
The police issued a statement confirming the accident after it happened and saying Brown blamed the photographers, but they have not announced whether or not they believe the pop star’s story. Everyone at the scene was interviewed, and the investigation is still very much an ongoing matter.
In recent hours, Brown’s representative announced his client’s intentions to try and seek criminal charges and potentially file a lawsuit. Humorously, it was Frank Ocean’s recent decision not to press charges that saved Brown plenty of headaches and a possible parole violation, but I guess no one ever explained the concept of paying it forward to the singer.
If this does result in a lawsuit, expect plenty of public finger-pointing and a larger conversation about the paparazzi.