Singer Chris Brown is facing a possible robbery charge after allegedly snatching a fan's iPhone outside South Beach nightclub Cameo, said Miami Beach Police spokeswoman Deborah Doty.
"B****, you ain’t going to put that on no website," the volatile star reportedly said after 24-year-old Miami resident Christal Spann took a photo of Brown sitting in his black Bentley.
Spann told police she was inside the nightclub Cameo early Sunday morning when she spotted Brown and rapper Tyga exiting through a side door, according to a police incident report obtained by TMZ. After Spann and her friends followed the pair outside, she took a photo of Brown in his Bentley with her white iPhone 4s.
Brown then rolled down the window, grabbed her phone, uttered the charming phrase every woman wants to hear above, and drove north on Washington Avenue, Spann said.
Doty said Miami Beach Police have yet to hear from the state attorney's office on one count of "robbery by sudden snatching": "We're waiting on the warrant," she told HuffPost Miami, noting police have yet to establish if the native Virginian is even still in South Florida.
"My prosecutors are currently speaking with witnesses and reviewing all of the materials supplied by Miami Beach Police," Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle told the Associated Press. "Only after these reviews have been completed would any type of action be considered or taken."
Though he's scored several hits including "Run It" and "Look At Me Now," Brown is most known for his pre-Grammys assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna. He was in Miami after (badly) lipsyncing during Univision's Premio Lo Nuestro music awards.
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