Apparently, Chris Brown has been up to some monkey business - and the Los Angeles City Attorney's office isn't having any of it.
Chris Brown's troubled history with the law continues.
Brown first shared that he'd grown his family by one more primate when he posted an Instagram video of his daughter, Royalty, now 4, playing with a baby monkey in December 2017. However, as the monkey was taken into custody in Los Angeles, authorities believe Brown was, in fact, the owner.
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Footage posted by Brown in December a year ago shows his daughter, Royalty, holding the baby monkey in her lap. To add to the confusion, Brown says the original video that shows his daughter cuddling with the capuchin monkey was actually filmed in Las Vegas, where the relative resides with all the proper permits.
Breezy could be facing a stint behind bars for keeping a pet monkey without a permit, reports claim.
If convicted, Brown could face up to six months in jail. Someone contacted the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, which started an investigation. He's set to appear in court on February 6. An after-hours email seeking comment from his attorney Mark Geragos was not immediately returned.