Chris Brown has been trying to worm his way out of prison by any means necessary, and while a judge has ordered him to stay put until at least April 23rd, now it seems things might be taking an even more serious turn, and he may in fact be handed over to the US Marshal to stand trial in Washington DC.
The judge in the D.C. assault case has signed an order — obtained by TMZ — commanding the honchos at L.A. County Jail to release Chris to the U.S. Marshal.
The Rihanna judge has already ordered Chris to stay in the slammer until his April 17 D.C. assault trial, but the judge never determined how he would get there.
Even though the D.C. judge imposed the order Wednesday … it’s not a done deal. The Rihanna judge must sign off before the U.S. Marshal is able to grab the singer.
Chris’ lawyer, Mark Geragos, opposes the order and says Chris is more than willing to voluntarily fly to D.C.
Is the judge in this case being a little over the top? Probably, but it seems – just like the rest of us – he’s tired of Chris getting away with blue murder, as the saying goes, and wants to put him in his place. Chris clearly feels the law doesn’t apply to him, so I’m not really against a little extra heat being put on him so that he realizes he’s not in charge here.
What will happen in this case, no one knows. I can guess – which is that he’ll get off as per usual – but I sorta hope I’m wrong!
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