Could Chris Brown face jail time for having a pet monkey?

Chris Brown Monkey Business Could Get Him Prosecuted

Chris Brown Could Face Criminal Charges Over Exotic Monkey

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According to TMZ.com, several concerned members of the public notified officials at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, who opened an investigation and found Chris did not have an exotic pet permit.

Brown could face jail again for not having a permit for his pet capuchin monkey. People thought it was a danger to her and belongs in the wild.

Under California law, it is illegal to keep certain exotic species, including monkeys, poisonous snakes, lizards and other risky animals, without a permit.

Chris Brown at the Celebrity Basketball Game during the 2017 BET Experience, at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 24, 2017.

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Reports say that it is indeed possible that he'll even go to prison for not obtaining a proper permit for his monkey.

In fact, he managed to cause serious outrage among some members of the public last month, when he shared a snap of his three-year-old daughter, Royalty, holding Fiji.

Agents executed a search warrant at Brown's home January 2, Foy said, adding that Brown wasn't there but had his employees hand over the monkey in a cage. "In a home environment they become unhappy and can become aggressive".

According to law enforcement sources, Brown could be charged with a misdemeanour, which carries a maximum sentence of six months in jail. "Now spending taxpayer money on investigating monkey business, this completes the circle on his absurdity".

Metro.co.uk have reached out to representatives of the singer for comment.

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