“Based on the information which we have gathered from our security company, mall security, and other party goers which were at HEAT on Saturday night; It is apparent that the alleged incident regarding Chris Brown is false.” ~Owner of Anaheim’s Heat Ultra Lounge
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The 24-year-old California woman who claims Chris Brown “shoved her to the ground”, Saturday — leaving her with torn ligaments in her right leg — is being exposed as a liar.
That’s because the owner of the bar where Deanna Gines is said to have carried on like a deranged fanatic, while Breezy was performing, is speaking out in the singer’s defense.
“Heat staff and security did what they had to do … [Chris] was a complete gentleman.”
According to the club owner, Gines tried to jump on stage with Breezy, before later attempting to rush Chris in his roped-off VIP area. That what led Gines to be escorted outside the club, when she reportedly “took off her heels and threw them at security”.
“Police were called to arrest Gines, but eventually let her go home with her friends.”
That’s a far cry from what Deanna Gines claimed Chris Brown did to her.
Here’s what’s reported:
“When the bar was about to close, Deanna claims Chris shoved her to the ground. The shove was deliberate and she fell hard on her knees.
Deanna filed a police report, and a rep for the Anaheim PD says a female did indeed file a report for assault inside the club. Deanna is pressing on with her criminal allegations. Cops are investigating.”
Here’s what Deanna Gines is saying:
“All I really want is an apology.”
Here’s what Chris Brown took to Twitter to say:
“I didn’t do anything. The devil is always working. If it wasn’t for my faith and my fans, I would’ve quick music along time ago. I’m tired of it man….!”