Chris Brown has been accused of yelling obscenities and pushing a transgender woman outside a famous West Hollywood gay club.
Chris Lopez, a Hollywood socialite, says she was standing outside famed The Abbey at around 2am on December 15, when she saw Brown yelling outside the neighboring restaurant.
Lopez, who says she’d come from a Jumanji red carpet event to the club, claims she saw the star knock down another man before he started screaming at her group of friends.
Chris Brown has been accused of yelling obscenities and pushing a transgender woman outside a famous West Hollywood gay club (pictured outside the neighboring restaurant Pump, being held back)
Chris Lopez, who described herself as a Hollywood socialite, says she was standing outside famed The Abbey at around 2am on December 15, when she saw Brown allegedly ‘drunk’ yelling outside the neighboring restaurant
‘Chris Brown starts yelling at my friend. I told him leave my friend alone, this is LA not like New York… you not gonna start s**t here.
‘He starts calling me a fake blonde b***h, a fat b***h… He must of had said it like 10 times.’
Lopez says Brown even pushed her before security intervened.
‘He got really close to my face and used his chest to push me a few times,’ she said. ‘He was very drunk. Very wasted.
‘But my security team came two minutes after I had like three security guards, Chris had one security guard and one friend.
Lopez claims Brown followed her down the street from Pump until security intervened
A friend of Brown’s is seen standing with Brown outside the restaurant
Lopez said that even the West Hollywood security ambassadors got involved – private security that assist the local police – and were working to calm him down as she and her friends got a car and fled
‘So they all helped me get away, then his security guard and friend – plus the club security – was able to hold him down tried calming him down but he was yelling.’
Lopez said that even the West Hollywood security ambassadors got involved – private security that assists the local police – and were working to calm him down as she and her friends got a car and fled.
The socialite would not comment on whether she is planning to seek legal action but said it was important for Brown to know actions have consequences.
‘I just want him to seek better help,’ she said. ‘He needs to feel like he is like everyone else and can be accountable for his own actions.’
Pump refused to comment on the incident.
West Hollywood police said they did not receive any reports of a fight outside the popular restaurant and neighboring gay club.
An email to Brown’s representatives was not responded to.
It’s not the first time Brown’s short temper has landed him in trouble with the law.
Lopez (pictured), who described herself as a Hollywood socialite, didn’t say there was any provocation for Brown’s attack
She says the singer repeatedly yelled obscenities at her and bumped her with his chest
He completed probation in a 2009 felony assault case for his infamous domestic abuse attack on singer Rihanna, his then-girlfriend.
And just a few months after the singer was accused of ‘sucker punching’ a photographer at another nightclub.
Bennie Vines Jr., 28, told police he was hired by Aja Channelside to take photos during an event hosted by Brown last August.
While he was doing his job, he said the singer had attacked him, punching him in the face and leaving him with a cut lip. Brown had already disappeared by the time the cops arrived.
The Tampa, Florida, club confirmed the incident, apologizing to its patrons on social media.