Baylee Curran on Alleged Chris Brown Assault: "It's Not Really Fair to Make Himself the Victim"

Screenshot/E! News

"His fans are very forgiving and very supportive. I'm pretty sure they will forgive him for this, but it's not really fair to make himself out to be the victim when I had a gun in my face," Curran said in an interview with E! News.

Baylee Curran is already speaking out about Chris Brown allegedly threatening her with a gun.

Curran called 911 for help early on Tuesday morning, alleging Brown pulled a gun on her. Brown was arrested the same day on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and later released from jail after posting $250,000 bail.

Curran, who says she has hung out with Brown "several times before," told E! News' Ken Baker in an interview that she believed Brown's hand was on the trigger when he allegedly pointed it at her. She told the Los Angeles Times that the incident sparked after Brown saw her admiring a piece of jewelry.

"I don't think he knew what was going on at the moment and just said, 'I'm so sick of you people,' took out his gun and said 'Get the f— out. I'm going to blow your head off,'" said Curran.

When asked if Curran was friends with Nia Guzman, the mother of Brown's daughter, Curran replied: "There are many false accusations happening at the moment."

Brown has posted a series of Instagram videos saying he is innocent. Brown said in one video, "I don't care. Y'all gonna stop playing with me like I'm the villain out here, like I'm going crazy."

"I just really want to be vocal about it. I want people to know the truth," said Curran. "I don't understand why he's the victim now. Obviously he has a lot of support, a lot of fans who is going to back him up and just think I'm some random girl wanting to be in the limelight, get some fame."

Curran added, "I would just tell him he very well knows what he's done. Come out with the truth. His fans are very forgiving and very supportive. I'm pretty sure they will forgive him for this, but it's not really fair to make himself out to be the victim when I had a gun in my face."

A court date for Brown's arraignment has been set for Sept. 20. Brown recently released a new song called "What Would You Do" following his release from jail. 

Watch the interview below.

 

comments powered by Disqus