Thursday, 15 June 2017

Judge Grants Karrueche 5 Years Restraining Order Against Chris Brown

It's been over two years since Karrueche Tran broke up with Chris Brown, but it seems that the notoriously volatile singer has made it impossible for the 29-year-old to move on with her life.

Tran revealed in court this week that Brown stalked and threatened her for months following their breakup.

TMZ reports that her testimony helped convince a judge to grant a five-year restraining order barring Brown from contacting her or being in the same location.

Tran also revealed in court that Brown was violent with her on more than one occasion during their relationship.

She told the judge that after their breakup, Brown repeatedly threatened her with violence and demanded that she return jewelry and other gifts he had given her.

When she refused, Tran says, Brown became increasingly aggressive.

"I'm not being nice to you no more, if I see you out in public again and I'm there I will make you hate me even more, don't be anywhere I'm out in public, I'm going to ban you from all events," he texted her at one point.

She claims he also texted her more violent threats like … “I can get my money back and I’m tired of playing games” as well as “Bitch I will beat the s**t out of you” and “I promise you I will make your life hell.” She says he also once wrote “Imma kill blood” under a photo of her and actor Michael B. Jordan.

Karrueche also testified that Chris had beaten her before.

The judge just sided with Tran … ordering the restraining order stay in place for the next 5 years.

Brown was not in court today and was reportedly barred from listening to the proceedings over the phone.

His lawyer, however, mercilessly grilled Tran, accusing her of "taunting" Brown by claiming that she'd sold the jewelry he gave her.

The attorney also implied that Tran was lying about being mistreated by Brown, pointing out that she has never filed a criminal complaint against the singer.

The judge wasn't having it and granted Tran's request for legal protection.

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