Chris Brown’s Reportedly Been Released from Custody in Paris.
French prosecutors told NPR on late Tuesday afternoon that Chris Brown and the two unnamed individuals who were also in custody had been released. While Brown’s management team has yet to respond to NPR’s reuqest for comment, Brown posted on Instagram on Tuesday evening (Paris time):
“I WANNA MAKE IT PERFECTLY CLEAR…… THIS IS FALSE … FOR MY DAUGHTER AND MY FAMILY THIS IS SO DISPRESPECTFUL [sic] AND IS AGAINST MY CHARACTER AND MORALS!!!!!”
A Judge Has Closed R. Kelly’s Near West Side Studio.
According to CBS Chicago, city attorneys shared during a hearing on Tuesday afternoon that a Jan. 16 inspection of the building’s second floor revealed “a full bar and a lounge area with more than 20 seats had been built inside; all indications someone has been living in the building, even though it is zoned only for commercial use.”
Deputy corporation counsel Kimberly Roberts said there were also bedrooms, bathrooms, toiletries and more—indicating that people had been living there.
“In addition to that, the stairs were dangerous,” Roberts stated.
The floor is now off limits and the rest of the building is only permitted for use between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Jackie Robinson’s Brooklyn Dodgers Contract Has Hit the Auction.
If you’ve ever found yourself fantasizing about owning Jack Robinson’s legendary Brooklyn Dodgers contract, now’s your chance to make it happen. TMZ reports that the document, which is one of the most important documents in sports (or ever, really), is headed to the auction.
“We spoke with Ken Goldin who tells us he’s had the items appraised by a rare documents expert who valued the pair at $36 million,” TMZ said on Tuesday. “Goldin says 10% of the final sale price will be donated to the Jackie Robinson Foundation.”
Head here to learn more about the contract’s history.
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