New Police Report Details Emerge! Chris Brown and Rihanna incident.

When news of Chris Brown’s alleged assault on girlfriend Rihanna first broke, so many questions went unanswered. What really happened the night before the Grammy’s? Was there prior abuse? Is Rihanna pregnant and did the couple really get married in Miami during their reconciliation?

A source involved in the investigation is speaking to Hollyscoop exclusively about the details surrounding the night of the alleged attack, and what Rihanna really told police in her statement. Hollyscoop has the scoop on never before published details surrounding the Chris Brown and Rihanna assault investigation below…

New Details Surrounding Police Report

Contrary to what sites like TMZ had previously reported, Rihanna did not tell police that she was the victim of “escalating violence.” TMZ reported: “Multiple law enforcement

sources tell TMZ, the night of the attack Rihanna told cops she was the victim of escalating violence — and the perp was Brown.”

However, a source involved in the investigation tells Hollyscoop exclusively that in the reports, Rihanna confessed there has only been two other incidences in which she felt threatened, but this was the first time Chris retaliated. Rihanna told investigators that the first incident occurred in Europe three months ago. It was a verbal dispute, which led to Rihanna slapping Chris Brown. In self-defense, Chris put her up “against the wall” and told her to calm down.

The second incident occurred when the couple was visiting Rihanna’s family in her native Barbados back in August 2008. She described the incident as a verbal dispute, and added that no one was assaulted. According to the source involved in the investigation, the night of the alleged attack, Rihanna attacked Chris after reading a text message sent to him by a former lover.

The situation escalated and resulted in Chris’ alleged attack on Rihanna. Chris turned himself over to the LAPD on February 8 and was booked and later released on $50,000 bail.

The Call for Help

Although initial reports suggested that a female made the call to police, according to the report, it was a Rabbi who lives in the area. The unidentified man reportedly heard the confrontation outside and called 911, not knowing he was about to make a report about R&B’s biggest stars. He came outside when he heard shouting. “She was screaming out of control and he was extremely calm,” read his statement, adding that Rihanna “was not screaming for help, she was just screaming.”


Oprah Winfrey is the latest celebrity weighing in on Rihanna and Chris Brown‘s domestic drama. And she’s taking action, too.

“Chris Brown and Rihanna, if I was your friend, I would call you up and I would say, ‘Give it some time, get yourself some counseling, take care of yourself,’ ” Winfrey said during a live, roundtable discussion Friday on her talk show. “‘Heal yourself first.”


How can men and women be friends when they are so drastically different physically and mentally?


Can men and women be “just friends,” or is sexual attraction between the sexes always inevitable? According to Shmuley, men and women can be friends with members of the opposite sex, as long as they follow certain rules. He talks about platonic friendship between the sexes and shares his ground rules for opposite-sex friendships outside of marriage.

If a person isn’t married, Shmuley says it’s perfectly all right to have friends who are members of the opposite sex. Society has moved away from polarizing the sexes, and today, men and women work together, go to school together and should be able to be friends, he says.

Things are different if you are married, Shmuley says. It is possible to have an opposite sex friendship, but you cannot compromise certain borders:

  • You can’t go out to late night dinners together. You can have lunch together in a public place, but you should not order alcoholic beverages. “The embers of attraction really can grow in situations like that, and suddenly it’s not so innocent, it’s not just friendship anymore.”
  • You can’t take long drives or long flights with the other person, even if it’s for work. “Even if you have to work with a colleague [of the opposite sex], there are still certain boundaries you need to preserve,” he says.
  • You cannot place yourself in any situation where romance can grow. “Romance grows when people are alone; romance grows when people tell secrets.”
  • You can’t share secrets with a platonic male or female friend that you don’t share with your spouse. “Because then you’re sharing an exclusivity with a member of the opposite sex that you’re not with your partner, and that can lead to a big no-no,” he says.
  • You should not be friends with ex-lovers.

LISARAYE McCoy-Misick and Ginuwine?


Ginuwine, has returned and has filmed the video for his new single “Last Chance” (produced by Bryan Michael-Cox) in L.A. over the weekend.

According to the NY POST “LISARAYE McCoy-Misick – who’s in the midst of a nasty divorce with Turks and Caicos Premier Michael Misick – has moved on. She arrived at Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills the other night with R&B singer Ginuwine and, after posing for the paparazzi outside, they “proceeded to kiss throughout their meal,” sources said. The two met after Ginuwine cast LisaRaye to play his leading lady in the video for his song “Last Chance.” The lovebirds were later seen together at the Four Seasons, though Ginuwine is married to rapper Solé, the mother of his three children. A representative for Ginuwine declined to comment.”

source: NYPOST