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Club owner: Chris didn't assault woman

2013-06-25 18:18
Chris Brown
Los Angeles - Chris Brown did not harm a woman who accused him of assault at a nightclub, according to the establishment's owner.

Deanna Gines, 24, alleges the Fine China singer pushed her to the ground while partying at Heat Ultra Lounge in Anaheim, California, on Saturday, but the club's proprietor says it has reviewed security footage and insists Chris has been wrongly accused.

The club owner told TMZ: "Based on the information which we have gathered from our security company, mall security, and other party goers which were at Heat on Saturday night, it is apparent that the alleged incident regarding Chris Brown is false."

The Heat Ultra Lounge boss further claims rowdy Deanna repeatedly tried to jump on stage while Chris, 24, performed at the club and later attempted to sneak past security who guarded the roped-off VIP section where the crooner spent the rest of his evening.

'Chris was a complete gentleman'

Deanna's raucous behaviour resulted in her being ejected from the late night hotspot, according to the owner, but she became aggressive when security escorted her out - removing her shoes and throwing them at staff.

The proprietor adds: "Heat staff and security did what they had to do. Chris was a complete gentleman."

The young woman filed a police report with Anaheim Police Department, accusing the Turn Up the Music hitmaker of shoving her to the ground, which caused her to tear ligaments in her right knee.

The singer's representatives have denied any knowledge of the alleged incident.

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