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Chris Brown Arrested By Police In Amsterdam Red light District

Posted on: June 11, 2016

Amsterdam police in the Red Light District caught Chris Brown

World Famous Singer Arrested By Police In Amsterdam Red light District

Yesterday, police in the Red Light District arrested American R&B singer Chris Brown. He was driving a dirt bike without a license plate next to the canals and the window brothels.

Who is Chris Brown?

Chris Brown, born May 5, 1989, in Tappahannock, Virginia, is a renowned singer, songwriter, dancer, and actor. Known for blending R&B, pop, and hip-hop, he soared to fame with his debut album in 2005 and hit “Run It!”. Despite commercial success, his career faced setbacks due to legal issues, notably a 2009 assault on Rihanna. He bounced back with albums like “F.A.M.E.,” winning a Grammy. Brown, influenced by Michael Jackson, is one of the best-selling music artists, with over 140 million records sold worldwide

Chris Brown Set To Perform in Amsterdam

Brown is set to perform in Amsterdam today in the Ziggo Dome, a 17.000 seat indoor arena. To kill some time he bought three bright yellow dirt bikes yesterday but didn’t realise that you need a license plate in Holland in order to take part in traffic. He posted a picture of his bikes on Instagram.

Amsterdam police in the Red Light District busted Chris Brown

Amsterdam Police Were Alerted By A Bystander

According to a police spokesperson somebody pointed out that a person was driving a dirt bike in the Red Light District. At practically the same time Brown drove by on his striking bike. The police pointed out that he was driving without a license plate and he was taken to nearest police station. The police spokesperson stated that this all transpired in a calm manner.

Fine Time

At the police station Brown was told that he would get a fine. The total sum of the fine is not known at this time because the public prosecutor has yet to determine it.

Don’t Try This At Home Kids

Via a video on Instagram a very relaxed Brown tells his fan base that the Amsterdam police in the Red Light District treated him well. He even took some pictures with some of the police officers. Brown appears to appreciate the Dutch police way of handling things stating in the video that: “The police are really nice about it man. I actually like the police out here. Cool as shit, for real.”Chris Brown ends his video with a warning for his fans: “ don’t ever drive a motorcycle without a license plate”.

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