The chief investigator in the domestic violence case against singer Chris Brown will deliver his findings to the Los Angeles district attorney Tuesday afternoon for consideration of further charges, the investigator told CNN.
Los Angeles Police Detective Deshon Andrews said he has kept the case file closely guarded and no copies have been made of the original photos and documents in order to keep them from leaking to the media. Police have refused media requests to hear the 911 call that led to their investigation early Sunday, but Andrews said it mostly recorded the sound of “a screaming woman.” Brown, 19, turned himself in Sunday night after police said they were looking for him. Watch the latest about the case » He was arrested on a felony charge, released on a $50,000 bond and given a March 5 court date. Police said Brown and a woman were in a vehicle near Hollywood’s Hancock Park early Sunday when they became involved in an argument.
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The woman “suffered visible injuries and identified Brown as her attacker,” police said.
Police did not identify the woman, but sources close to the couple told CNN the alleged victim was his girlfriend, singer Rihanna, 20. Brown’s lawyer has not responded to several requests for comment.