Chris Brown investigated by child protective services over Bailey Curran case
23 September 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – R&B singer Chris Brown is reportedly being investigated by the Department of Children and Family services stemming from the allegations made by Bailey Curran, a former beauty queen, that he pulled a gun on her.
The well-being of Brown’s daughter, Royalty, 2, is now being questioned since she stays with him. The Los Angeles home of Brown was visited on Thursday but a social worker only left a card on the door. The social worker reportedly did not say what he or she wanted but reports are saying that it might be linked to the custody battle between Brown and her baby mama, Nia Guzman.
Royalty has been staying with Brown since May this year after he won the custody battle for her daughter over Guzman. They now share joint custody that is why Royalty stays with her father for 12 days every month. Royalty was with her father during the Thursday visit.
A source familiar with the case said that there is no problem regarding Brown’s ability to take care of Royalty as she is “thriving” under his care.
During the alleged confrontation between Brown and Curran, the attorney of the singer said there were no drugs or weapons found at the home during the incident. Royalty was also not there so her welfare was not in question. A legal expert said during that time, however, that Guzman could fight for sole custody after the Curran incident.
Curran shared in a statement during that time, “Chris went crazy, yelling at me, ‘Don’t [expletive] touch the jewelry.’ Then Chris took out his gun and said, ‘Get the [expletive] out of the house.’” The arraignment in the Curran case has been moved.
More on Brown, the Curran case has led to Japan not allowing him to be granted a working visa. He is supposed to have a show in Tokyo but was prevented from entering the country. Brown and his legal team plan to reapply before his Japan tour dates.