• Frank Ocean May Press Charges Against Chris Brown

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    According to the New York Post, Frank Ocean is looking to press charges against Chris Brown in light of their apparent fight over the weekend in Los Angeles. I imagine if that happens, things won’t be looking too good for a certain pop locker on probation. “Poor dat.”

    The New York Post reports:

    R&B singer Frank Ocean intends to press charges against bully boy Chris Brown for punching him and starting an all-out brawl outside Westlake Studios in West Hollywood on Sunday night.

    Police want to talk to Brown, who is still on probation for beating up Rihanna on the eve of the 2009 Grammy Awards.

    Ocean, who publicly came out in July as a bisexual, is “desirous of prosecution,” L.A. Sheriff’s Office spokesman Steve Whitmore told The Post. “We’ll find out what happened.”

    TMZ also has more on the altercation:

    According to someone who was on scene, Chris lost his cool in the parking lot of the famous Westlake Recording Studios in L.A. Sunday when Frank refused to shake his hand.

    We’re told Frank simply laughed at the gesture … and Chris was so pissed he coldcocked Ocean and started an all-out war.  As we first reported, Chris denies being the aggressor.

    The fight quickly moved to the lobby of the studio … and sources say the brawling posses demolished the place –”They managed to break almost everything in the room and scare all of the staff members working” says the witness.

    We’re told the receptionist called 911 … and Chris booked it. As TMZ first reported, Frank stuck around for the cops … and griped about how he felt “blindsided” by Chris.

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