* BROWN TAKES ON KING IN FIRST TV INTERVIEW
Disgraced singer CHRIS BROWN hasn’t taken the easy route for his first TV interview since his infamous attack on ex-girlfriend RIHANNA – he was quizzed by tough-talking chatshow host LARRY KING.
Just a day after Brown was sentenced to five years probation and six months hard community labour by a Los Angeles judge on 25 August (09), the Kiss Kiss star was quizzed by CNN veteran King in an explosive expose.
Brown visited King’s studios on 26 August (09) for a “no-holds-barred” interview, in which he admitted he “couldn’t believe” he had beaten up the Umbrella singer and confessed he was still deeply in love with her.
It is the first time Brown has been questioned publicly about the shocking incident in February (09). He has kept a low-profile in the subsequent months, only releasing a video on website YouTube.com to apologise to his ex and his fans.
In June (09), the singer was found guilty of brutally attacking Rihanna after a furious row at a pre-Grammy party. The recently released police report told how Brown had viciously punched, bitten and threatened to kill his then-lover. (MJ/WNWE/KD)
speaks with Larry King in his first TV interview since the Rihanna assault. Larry asks Chris if he feels that his punishment is fair, and Chris said there are consequences for everything, so he believes it is fair. Chris says that he still loves Rihanna and that “we ended as friends.” Chris says he hopes that he can prove to people that he can be a positive role model on CNN’s ‘Larry King Live’
USA – 02.09.09
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