(AllHipHop News) This could either be the truth or another chapter of "Taking One For The Team". Yesterday (April 7th), a police detective revealed that Chris Brown's bodyguard confessed to punching a man outside a Washington hotel, but maintains Brown did not strike the man.
Parker Adams is currently suing Brown and the singer's bodyguard Christopher Hollosy, for allegedly assaulting him outside the W Hotel in Washington, D.C. last October. During Police Detective Kimberly Metivier's testimony at a hearing in the assault case yesterday, Hollsoy vehemently denied Brown had any physical involvement in the assault placed all the blame on himself. According Metivier Hollosy was "yelling on his own accord that he was the one who did it ... and not to arrest Mr. Brown."
Judge Patricia Wynn decided during the hearing to try Brown and Hollosy's cases separately. However, Wynn also denied Hollosy's attorney's motion to suppress Hollosy's confession to assaulting Adams on the grounds that his client had not yet been read his Miranda Rights.