Frank Ocean Wants to Press Charges Against Chris Brown

(AllHipHop News) R&B star Chris Brown may be facing serious consequences from the late night parking lot brawl with Frank Ocean over the weekend.

The Odd Future member wants to press charges against Brown for allegedly attacking him on January 27, outside West Hollywood's Westlake Studios on Sunday Night.

L.A. Sheriff's office spokesman Steve Whitman told The New York Post that Ocean is "desirous of prosecution."

Police are now looking to speak with Brown about the incident.

According to TMZ, Chris Brown's lawyer, Mark Geragos, contacted law enforcement officials and said that Brown is willingly to speak with detectives about the entire incident, claiming that there was no wrong doing on his part.

Geragos also claims to have video evidence that can prove that Brown never threw a punch.

The video is said to also show that Ocean wasn't directly involved in any violent acts either, and that the fight was only between the two singer's camps.

Brown may not be completely cleared because a witness stated that Brown was the person who threw the first punch, and the video reportedly doesn't show who started the fight.

The footage only captured the altercation after the two entourages where no longer in the camera-free area of the parking lot.

Geragos's insistence that Brown was not directly involved is extremely important.

"The Look At Me Now" singer is still on probation for assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna the night before the 2009 Grammy Awards, causing both to miss the event.

Brown's latest run-in with the law may put a dent in plans for this year's Grammy ceremony as well.

The Post is also reporting that Brown and Rihanna were scheduled to perform together at the awards show on February 10th, but the Brown-Ocean incident is likely to end the potential on stage public reunion of the on-again-off-again couple.

Chris Brown and Ocean will also face off in the Best Urban Contemporary Album Grammy category this year for their respective LP's Fortune and channel ORANGE.

The two will compete against fellow nominee Miguel's Kaleidoscope Dream.