A club owner is coming to Chris Brown's defense in an alleged shoving incident over the weekend. A woman claims Brown pushed her to the ground inside the Heat Ultra Lounge in Anaheim, CA following the singer's headlining performance at L.A. radio station Power 106's Powerhouse event Saturday (June 22).
Deanna Gines, the 24-year-old alleged victim, claims she was hurt near the VIP section but the club owner is siding with Breezy, who denies putting hands on the woman. "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," the owner told TMZ.
Gines was reportedly kicked out of the venue for bad behavior, after more than one attempt at jumping on stage to get closer to Brown. While being removed from the club, Gines reportdly threw her heels at security. Police were also called to get her out of the building. "Heat staff and security did what the had to do…[Chris] was a complete gentleman," the owner added, regarding any potential injuries Gines may have received on her way out.
Breezy maintains that he never touched Gines tweeting "I didn't do anything," before deleting the post and replacing it with a "#positiveenergy" hashtag. A rep for the Grammy winner said the Virginia native was "in great spirits after Powerhouse," stating that "none" of Gines' allegations are warranted.
Gines filed a police report against Brown, and says all she wants is an apology.
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