EXCLUSIVE: Chris Brown To Apologize On TV
Chris Brown is planning to give his first national TV interview discussing the night he assaulted Rihanna, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
The singer will be formally sentenced on Wednesday, August 5 and sources tell RadarOnline.com that he will most likely appear on Larry King Live after that.
Click here to read the search warrant with details of the night Brown attacked Rihanna.
Brown's plea deal, negotiated by his lawyer Mark Geragos, will be turned into an official sentence of five years probation, 180 days of labor oriented service, and attending a domestic violence counseling class for one year.
Click here to read statements of women's groups outraged over Brown's sentence.
Larry King Live is the first choice of Brown's handlers, RadarOnline.com learned exclusively. Brown's team believes the singer will be able to get his apology across without facing brutal questioning.
Brown previously made a formal public apology that was posted on his website and said "I felt it was time you heard directly from me that I am sorry," and that he wanted to live his life in a way that, "would make me truly worthy of the term role model."
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