Brown has Seizure inside Recording Studio
Family and friends of singer Chris Brown are keeping the singer in their thoughts. Reports say emergency personnel were called to a recording studio in Los Angeles on Friday morning after they received a call of a singer who had suffered a seizure.
Chris Brown’s rep said that while Brown was working early on Friday morning at the studio he suffered a non-epileptic seizure. Emergency personnel did not take Brown to the hospital, said Brown’s rep, but his doctor did tend to him in the afternoon and attributed the NES to extreme stress emotionally and intense fatigue, both are due, said the doctor to the continued onslaught Brown is getting of legal matters that are unfounded and a great deal of nonstop negativity.
Published reports said that just after 1 a.m. on Friday a call was placed to 911 from the Record Plant studios on North Sycamore, but when emergency personnel arrived the singer, who is 24, purportedly would not allow them to transport him to the hospital.
The Fire Department from L.A. City confirmed that the call had taken place at 1:09 a.m. from the recording studio itself about someone suffering a seizure, but the identity of the person could not be determined by authorities.
Only a few hours after the incident the off-again on-again girlfriend of Brown, Karrueche Tran posted two tweets that appeared to address Brown’s health.
One said Prayers all day, a lot going through my mind.. need a hug.
Brown recently was spotted in a North Hollywood tattoo parlor where with the consent of the owner painted graffiti on the wall.
Earlier during the week, Brown turned himself into police in Van Nuys, California over his current hit and run case.
According to a report on the booking, the singer was allowed to leave only an hour later with no bail set.