Chris Brown arrest story has been doing the rounds since a couple of days. But, now new information is available to prove that the rapper is not guilty.
The former beauty queen Baylee Curran who has been stripped of her crown had plans to frame the rapper. She allegedly wrote a text message shortly after the incident saying she was going to frame the 27-year-old with the gun allegation to take revenge.
The Miss California Regional 2016 reportedly went for a party with her friend at Chris Brown’s Los Angeles home on Monday. She accused Brown of pointing a gun at her when she admired a person’s diamond jewelry.
After she was thrown out of the house, Curran texted her friend named Safari. TMZ has a copy of the text.
“Hey safari don’t you know this freak Chris brown is kicking me out of his house because I called his friend jewelry fake can you come get me my Uber is messing up if not I’m going to set him up and call the cops and say that he tried to shoot me and that will teach him a lesson I’m going to set his ass up. Lol come get me,” Baylee Curran wrote.
According to TMZ, the alleged text message is in possession with Brown lawyer Mark Geragos. It has been reported that her friend told her not to do anything that she had planned to do.
There seems to be something wrong about the text message. The person named Safari said that Baylee stole his Rolex last year and he has not spoken with her since.
It’s weird that she contacted a friend who says that he has not talked to her since a year. Baylee Curran has however denied the stealing accusation.
Meanwhile, rapper Ray J was reportedly at the house when the incident took place, and took to Instagram to share his side of the story. He said that Baylee Curran is just trying to get attention.
From the very beginning Chris Brown arrest looked dubious. The rapper’s camp maintains that the entire Curran play up was “manufactured to make him look bad” and no gun was involved.
There are many loose ends to the allegations of Baylee Curran. E Online reports how she is being pulled down by Instagram users, as had happened with Amber Heard when she came out against Johnny Deep.