Chris Brown could potentially face jail time after having to give up his daughter’s pet monkey because he didn’t have a permit to keep it. In December, the R&B singer caused controversy after buying a baby capuchin monkey named Fiji for his three-year-old daughter, Royalty. Fans and animal rights activists argued that capuchin monkeys weren’t suited as pets and belong in the wild. TMZ now reports that the California Department of Fish and Wildlife were notified and opened an investigation into Brown’s pet monkey. The report states that Brown didn’t have a permit to own the exotic animal and that the star voluntarily surrendered the pet after authorities were granted a search warrant for the singer’s home. California laws state that owners of restricted species like this type of monkey must apply for a special permit as the state does not allow residents to keep them as domestic pets. According to law enforcement sources, Brown could be charged with a misdemeanour, which carries a maximum sentence of six months in jail. The case has been turned over to the LA City Attorney. The RSPCA warn against keeping capuchins as pets, saying: “Capuchins, like other primates, don’t make good pets. In a home environment they become unhappy and can become aggressive.” Get the FULL details including photos of the monkey at www.itsKenBarbie.com, what do you guys think? #chrisbrown #chrisbrownworld #chrisbreezy #breezy #royalty #monkey #coolestmonkeyinthejungle #petmonkey #chris #brown #entertainment #entertainmentnews #entertainmentblog #gossip #gossipblogger #celebrities #celebrityblogger #celebritynews #kenbarbie #itskenbarbie

  • Chris Brown could potentially face jail time after having to give up his daughter’s pet monkey because he didn’t have a permit to keep it. In December, the R&B singer caused controversy after buying a baby capuchin monkey named Fiji for his three-year-old daughter, Royalty. Fans and animal rights activists argued that capuchin monkeys weren’t suited as pets and belong in the wild. TMZ now reports that the California Department of Fish and Wildlife were notified and opened an investigation into Brown’s pet monkey. The report states that Brown didn’t have a permit to own the exotic animal and that the star voluntarily surrendered the pet after authorities were granted a search warrant for the singer’s home. California laws state that owners of restricted species like this type of monkey must apply for a special permit as the state does not allow residents to keep them as domestic pets. According to law enforcement sources, Brown could be charged with a misdemeanour, which carries a maximum sentence of six months in jail. The case has been turned over to the LA City Attorney. The RSPCA warn against keeping capuchins as pets, saying: “Capuchins, like other primates, don’t make good pets. In a home environment they become unhappy and can become aggressive.” Get the FULL details including photos of the monkey at www.itsKenBarbie.com, what do you guys think? #chrisbrown #chrisbrownworld #chrisbreezy #breezy #royalty #monkey #coolestmonkeyinthejungle #petmonkey #chris #brown #entertainment #entertainmentnews #entertainmentblog #gossip #gossipblogger #celebrities #celebrityblogger #celebritynews #kenbarbie #itskenbarbie
  • 2018-01-12 13:07:42

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