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Chris Brown Describes the Night He Violently Abused Rihanna

 

  • Chris Brown and his ex-girlfriend Rihanna got into a physical altercation in 2009 after he came clean about his sexual past with another woman 
  • A police report was filed and a graphic picture emerged showing the songstress' facial injuries - causing shockwaves across the globe 
  • In a clip for his new documentary Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life, the rapper reveals that both parties dealt blows during the incident  
  • Following the incident, Chris plead guilty to one count of felony assault and served probation for the crime
  • Rihanna broke down in tears when quizzed about their volatile relationship on Oprah's Next Chapter in 2012 - claiming she had 'lost her best friend' 

 

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