Japan Denies Chris Brown Entry After Gun Incident

Japan is not here for Chris Brown as they recently denied him entry due to the pending investigation in which a woman claimed Chris put a gun to her head. He had a slew of shows lined up in Japan for next week.

(Photos) Lil Durk Finally Beats Gun Charges!

Lil Durk is finally done with his case, after trying to win for some time now. He celebrated the win via Instagram and had some kind words to say. Hit the jump to check it out.

First Sexually Transmitted Zika Virus Case Reported In Canada

Oh man. The first sexually transmitted Zika virus case has been reported right above the U.S, in Canada. According to a statement from Public Health Agency of Canada and Ontario’s Ministry of Health, the unidentified individual is believed to have contracted the epidemic disease from a sexual partner who came down with Zika after traveling to an affected country. Full story after the jump.

Johnny Manziel’s Attack On Girlfriend Case Is Going To Grand Jury

Looks like Johnny Manziel will see his day in court. The investigation into Manziel’s alleged assault of his girlfriend, Colleen Crowley, is being brought to the grand jury, to decide whether there will be charges against the NFL quarterback. Hit the jump for full details.

Bobby Shmurda Believes He Is Being Targeted By Police

Bobby Shmurda believes that he is being targeted by police. Shmurda’s mother revealed she feels the same way during an interview she did with RevoltTV. Shmurda says he has been spending a lot of time in the library so that he can learn more about his rights which will give him a better understanding about what he’s up against pertaining his trial.

Federal Grand Jury To Begin Hearing Evidence In Eric Garner Case

It has been reported that the Federal Grand Jury has begun hearing evidence in the case of Eric Garner. Garner died in the arms of a police chokehold in 2014, the incident caught national attention when a bystander captured it on video and Garner could be heard repeatedly saying, “I can’t breathe.” Last summer, NYC settled with the Garner family for $5.9 million, however the family said they wanted Pantaleo to face federal charges. During the hearing the grand jury is to determine whether Officer Daniel Pantaleo violated Garner’s civil rights while arresting him for allegedly selling loose cigarettes. According to The New York Daily News, the Justice Department has called upon civil rights division prosecutor, Forrest Christian. NY Daily News additionally reports;

“The convening of the grand jury is a monumental step in the federal investigation that was launched in December 2014 immediately after a state grand jury declined to prosecute Pantaleo. It is unclear whether Pantaleo will testify before the federal grand jury, but federal prosecutors can use his testimony before the state grand jury.

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