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Chris Brown denied entry to Japan due to Baylee Curran case

22 September 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Chris Brown’s recent involvement with run-ins with the law regarding being arrested and allegedly pulling a gun on a woman named Baylee Curran weeks ago has cost him a lot as he was denied entry to Japan.

As per the latest reports, the “Loyal” singer was denied a working visa to enter the country. This has caused a major problem on the part of the R&B singer since he has scheduled shows in Tokyo next week. Accordingly, Japanese officials flagged the name of Brown due to his involvement in the current investigation about Curran, who said that Brown pulled a gun on her.

A consulate official from Japan reportedly revealed that they have little to no tolerance for letting people with criminal background or open cases come to Japan. These facts have not been confirmed yet.

More on the case involving Curran, it could be remembered that Brown had a standoff with officials at his Los Angeles home for hours before he decided to come out and be taken into custody. The lawyer of Brown said that the cops handling the case have delayed the arraignment date and presented the case to the district attorney.

Brown was supposed to appear in court on September 20 for his arraignment. Officials are said to be devoted to the investigation that they want to extend the arraignment date for 15 more days. This is due to the fact that they want to finish their findings and give a complete case to the prosecutors.

An insider also shared, “Chris is seriously wounded by everything that’s gone down and the last thing he’s trying to do is fight Nia over Royalty. He’s begging Nia to chill out and not attempt to take him to court for custody of their daughter.” Nia Guzman, his baby mama, who is the mother of his two-year-old child, reportedly wants sole custody of their daughter as she fears for her child’s safety. The two have been in a custody battle since last year.