Chris Brown’s Attorney Insists Singer is Innocent, Questions Motives of Accuser

As police continued examining evidence seized from Chris Brown’s home — including security camera footage — the R&B singer’s attorney insisted Wednesday on his client’s innocence and questioned the motives of the accuser, a dethroned beauty queen and aspiring actress.

Singer Chris Brown and his attorney, Mark Geragos, attends a progress hearing at Los Angeles Superior Court on January 15, 2015 (Credit: Lucy Nicholson - Pool/Getty Images)

Singer Chris Brown and his attorney, Mark Geragos, attends a progress hearing at Los Angeles Superior Court on January 15, 2015 (Credit: Lucy Nicholson - Pool/Getty Images)

Brown’s longtime attorney, Mark Geragos, told The Times that the performer has “cooperated fully” with police and he blasted the account of Baylee Curran. An actress and model, Curran told The Times that Brown pointed a gun at her head while she viewed a diamond necklace during a party at Brown’s home.

“It has become apparent that the allegations are not just false but fabricated,” Geragos said. The lawyer noted that during the search of Brown’s home, the LAPD did not find the jewelry described by Curran nor any firearms.

Police arrived at the home shortly after 3 a.m. Tuesday but were denied entry and told to obtain a search warrant, prompting a protracted standoff with Brown that was broadcast on television.

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