Chris Brown isn't the only one feeling the fall-out of his Aug. 30 arrest for assault with a deadly weapon. RadarOnline.com has learned that his friend, Ray J, has been denied entry to the country of Australia after he was linked to the event.
As RadarOnline.com 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 RadarOnline.com that the arrest ruined those plans.
"Ray planned an extravagant honeymoon for the two of them," said the source. "Airline tickets, hotel, dinners, all kinds of events for them to do."
"They were even going to host a few events," said the source.
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But as soon as Brown was arrested, the insider claimed, "The Australian government denied his visa."
"He is now in a tailspin trying to find a new honeymoon destination."
Ray J was not arrested after Brown's incident last month. But he did plead no contest to battery, trespassing, and vandalism after an incident at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in 2014. He was sentenced to three years of probation, 50 hours of community service, and alcohol therapy and anger management classes.
And in 2015, Princess Love, 32, was arrested for domestic violence and battery after attacking Ray J at a strip club, but those charges were eventually dropped.