Chris Brown’s emergency call to 911 after he crashed his Porsche in Beverly Hills a month ago was just released. Today TMZ has the audio recording which starts off with a female witness placing the call and telling the 911 operator that a car had smashed into a wall in a Beverly Hills alley. Chris Brown can be heard in the background the entire time until the operator asks to speak to him, at which time he comes on the phone and identifies himself as Christopher. The operator then continues to probe Brown about the accident.
First the operator asks whether the other vehicle made contact with Brown’s car since he was claiming they “clipped” him. Chris answers no and then explains that the paparazzi, “blocked me off and stopped so I had to swerve”, causing him to lose control and crash.
Back on February 9, a rep for 23 year-old singer said, “Chris Brown was in a car accident this afternoon after being ruthlessly pursued by paparazzi. He was in his vehicle by himself headed to the Debbie Allen Dance Academy for a Symphonic Love Foundation event when two vehicles cut him off”, according to E! News.
As for the police investigation into the accident, law enforcement tells TMZ that the case is closed, since the cars with paparazzi fled the scene before emergency responders arrived, and cops couldn't prove they were involved.
Click here to listen to Chris Brown’s 911 audio recording.