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Banned From Travel? Ray J Gets Bombshell News After Chris Brown Arrest

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Sep. 16 2016, Published 6:49 p.m. ET

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Ray J has received bombshell news about his ability to travel following pal Chris Brown's arrest, RadarOnline.com has learned.

As Radar reported, Kim Kardashian's ex had planned to jet off on a luxurious honeymoon with new wife Princess Love following pal Brown's showdown with cops, but his visa was denied amid the scandal.

Now, however, Radar can confirm that the visa has been issued. And Ray J and Princess Love are ready to go!

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An insider told Radar, "It was approved. They're going next week."

Indeed, another source revealed that Ray J will be touring Down Under with Collaborate Entertainment, including a live performance at Fishbowl Saturdays in Melbourne on October 1.

As Radar reported, Ray J, 35, was on hand when Brown, 27, got into an altercation with Baylee Curran in the early morning hours of August 30. She claimed he brandished a gun at her, and after a day-long stand-off with police, Brown was arrested. Ray J defended him on Instagram, insisting he was innocent.

The singer had hoped to leave all the drama behind by jetting off on an extravagant Australian honeymoon with his new wife, Princess Love. But an insider told Radar that the arrest almost ruined those plans.

Now, however, they'll finally get their happy ending.

Brown, meanwhile, is due back in court on September 20.

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