New Rihanna Assault Pictures Surface on Internet Website

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New Rihanna Assault Pictures Surface on Internet Website

It was only recently that the restraining order imposed on Chris Brown for assaulting Rihanna had been relaxed. However, photos of Rihanna taken after the assault have surfaced on the internet. The photos clearly show the brutal attack that Rihanna had suffered at the hands of Brown.

The images have been released on the website, Mediatakeout. com. The images show a gruesome picture of the beating that had been inflicted on the star famous for the song ‘Umbrella’. A bruised and a swollen eye are quite visible in one of the pictures, while another one shows an injured lip.

Following the incident in 2009, Chris was ordered 120 hours of community service and had to take part in a counseling course for domestic violence. He is currently on the path of rebuilding his career that has suffered immensely ever since his much publicized split with Rihanna.

Chris Brown has also been sentenced to probation of five years. According to the latest relaxation in restraining orders, Chris is now allowed to talk to Rihanna over the phone.

Brown has already reacted to the news of the images being posted over the internet on his twitter page. The ‘With You’, star posted, "The Devil is always busy!! But when u have a destiny, nothing or no one can stop what god has planned".


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