Find Out Why That's So Raven 's Orlando Brown Says He's Completely Innocent

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Find Out Why That's So Raven 's Orlando Brown Says He's Completely Innocent

The actor's trying to clear his name on Instagram.

Published February 19, 2016

That's So Raven star Orlando Brown came under fire earlier this week when reports came out that he assaulted his girlfriend. Now, the actor is taking to Instagram to clear his name, saying it's all a lie.

TMZ broke the news that Orlando physically attacked his girlfriend in a police station parking lot last month. To make matters worse, it was also reported that police discovered methamphetamine on his person during the arrest. He's since been charged with misdemeanor domestic battery, obstruction of justice, drug possession with intent to sell and having contraband in jail.

According to Hip Hollywood, on Thursday morning, the actor took to the 'Gram to say that he's innocent: "Right when I find peace of mind, TMZ stays its 'ridiculing time'.... so 'allegedly' I beat my women up.. And walked into Torrance jail with 'Kristal Meth' [sic] on me," he wrote. "Brace yourselves for this one ... 'The devil is a lie I feel him breahing' Kanye said it best ... Its [sic] ok thoe [sic] ... Be sure to watch TMZ ... This is an interesting one ... Even to me! Real talk! Blessings!!! Mr. Brown!"

He followed this post with another featuring the woman he allegedly assaulted. Both posts have since been deleted and his account has been switched to private.

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Written by John Justice


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