According to TMZ.com, ABC network will not press charges against troubled singer Chris Brown for destruction of private property after he went on a profanity-laced rampage inside the GMA studio yesterday morning.
That's especially good news for CB -- because he's currently on probation for beating up Rihanna ...
and could have faced prison time if the judge violated his probation on grounds he committed vandalism.
We're told the judge will not violate Chris' probation unless New York prosecutes him ... and that's not going to happen.
This news surely means that ABC will get that exclusive interview that was promised by Brown's attorney, Mark Geragos.
If you recall, a loyal reader who works for ABC emailed us yesterday to say that ABC and Geragos were in talks to bring Brown back for an exclusive interview to explain his bad behavior -- and to possibly apologize to co-host Robin Roberts.
That interview -- and apology -- could take place as soon as tomorrow (Thursday).
My ABC source revealed that "higher ups" at ABC -- the ones who cut the checks -- have "no tolerance" for Brown's behavior and they wanted to press charges for vandalism.
But the ABC execs who are in charge of booking artists saw blockbuster ratings in store for them if they scored the interview with Brown.
While Brown has dodged this bullet, it is clear that he is a severely troubled young man who is still a danger to himself and others. The situation could have been much worse if that chair went through the window and landed on someone in the street below.
This latest chapter in Brown's sad story will only feed his delusion that he is omnipotent, entitled and above the law.
Brown's story will not end well. And I predict the final chapter will be written soon.
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