Chris Brown’s Trial Delayed, Bodyguard Convicted of Assault



Chris Brown will have to wait a little longer to find out the outcome of his assault case in Washington, D.C.  After two days of deliberation, his bodyguard Christopher Hollosy has been found guilty of assault.

Get the details after the jump.

D.C. Superior Court Judge Patricia Wynn has convicted the bodyguard of a single count of misdemeanor assault in the case of 20-year-old Parker Adams on Monday. As a reminder, Adams accused both Brown and Hollosy of punching him outside of the W Hotel in D.C. after he allegedly tried to gain entrance to Brown’s tour bus.

Scheduled to be sentenced on June 25, Hollosy’s new conviction has caused a slight delay in Breezy’s case as prosecutors determine whether or not they will grant him immunity in order to testify in Brown’s pending case for the same accusation. His trial will now begin Wednesday, April 23.

If found guilt, Breezy will receive probation in D.C. However, the verdict of this case can serve as a turning point in his current California situation where he is still on probation from his physical assault case against Rihanna.

While Chris Brown is currently incarcerated, the outcome of his D.C. case could have him face up to four years behind bars.  Brown’s attorney, Mark Geragos, states: “I don’t think that there’s any doubt Chris Brown is not guilty.”

Expecting his D.C. trail to last no more than two days, Geragos is hoping the best for his client.

If granted another chance to not serve jail time , here’s hoping that Chris Brown can locate the right track and stay on it.

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