Bobby Brown's Rep Sets Record Straight; Radio Station Did Not Bail Singer Out Of Jail

March 2007
Jet;3/26/2007, Vol. 111 Issue 12, p31
The article discusses how singer Bobby Brown was not bailed out of a Massachusetts' jail by a Washington D.C. radio station. It was reported that the station was going to bail Brown out in return for an appearance on one of the station's shows. Brown, who was arrested after not paying $19,000 in child support payments, was actually bailed out by his brother. The radio station stated that they had the intention of bailing out Brown, but he was released before the bail money reached him.


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