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He Has Form: Chris Brown Had Made A Series Of Homophobic Slurs… Before His Arrest On Felony Assault

Chris Brown has form when it comes to using homophobic slurs — as the readers of know all too well.

The R&B singer is a serial offender, having logged a raft of incidents before his arrest in the early hours of Sunday morning when he was charged with felony assault, along with his bodyguard.

Brown and Christopher Hollosy allegedly attacked a man with their fists outside the W Hotel in downtown Washington at 4:25 a.m. Sunday, police have said.

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The alleged vicim, Isaac Adams Parker, 20, of Beltsville, Maryland, told cops the singer said, “I’m not down with that gay s–t,” when he tried to jump into a photo that Brown was posing for with a female fan on the sidewalk.

Parker said that Brown then punched him in the face with his closed fist, according to the police report.

While the 24-year-old Grammy Award-winner has denied he is a homophobe, Parker’s claims are consistent with a number of other individuals who say they too have suffered the same fate… at the mouth of Brown.

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Last year, a man claimed he was verbally attacked by Brown and called a “f***ot” at the Arclight movie theater in Hollywood.

Los Angeles resident Lucas Peter, an openly gay man, told he spotted Brown and his entourage and approached him to ask for an autograph — but was taken off guard by the singer’s reaction.

“The movie let out and I saw Chris come out the front door, sort of semi-running. I approached Chris and asked him to sign my CD cover,” Lucas said.

“His bodyguard stopped me and said Chris wouldn’t be signing, so I told him Rihanna signs all the time. That’s when Chris stopped in the garage by the parking pay stand and yelled ‘f***ot’ at me.”

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Brown was also at the center of controversy when quizzed by paparazzi for his opinion of gay artist Frank Ocean as he was leaving a nightclub in France.

Brown replied, “Man, no homo,” which many interpreted to have been a homophobic swipe. At the time of that spat, Brown insisted it wasn’t.

When he and Ocean clashed physically at a Los Angeles studio last January, Ocean alleged had been called “a f*ggot.”

That led former *NSYNC star Lance Bassa gay man — to say the use of the word “f*ggot” is no better than the “n” word.

In 2011, Brown also shouted anti-gay slurs during a pickup basketball game, stunning and repulsing onlookers.

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“He got really ticked off when things didn’t go his way during the game, saying, ‘That’s gay!’ and ‘You’re a f*gg*t a**!’ to the other players,” an eyewitness said. Brown, at the time, denied he ever said it.

A year earlier, he and former B2K member De’Mario Thornton, used their Twitter accounts to engage in slurs and taunts against one another.

The arrest could trigger a series of serious consequences for the star, who remains on probation for the 2009 beating of his on-again, off-again girlfriend Rihanna just before the Grammy Awards.

His probation has already previously been revoked, albeit briefly, after a hit-and-run incident.

He is due back in court Nov. 20 in Los Angeles to update a judge on his progress.

Brown’s representative did not immediately respond to’s request for comment Sunday.

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