Photos have been released of Chris Brown, his bodyguard and the 20-year-old man they are accused of assaulting in October outside a Washington D.C. hotel.

A judge Tuesday approved the release of the photos, which were entered into evidence by prosecutors during the recent trial of Brown's bodyguard Christopher Hollosy, according to TMZ.

Hollosy was found guilty of assault. Brown has been in jail since March for an alleged probation violation. His trial has been indefinitely postponed.

The alleged victim, Parker Adams, has probably looked better. The man, who says Brown and Hollosy beat him for trying to photobomb the singer and two girls, looks bloodied and battered in the photos.

This photo of Chris Brown is one of five photos that prosecutors entered into evidence in the assault trial of Christopher Hollosy, the bodyguard of Brown.
This photo of Chris Brown is one of five photos that prosecutors entered into evidence in the assault trial of Christopher Hollosy, the bodyguard of Brown. (AP Photo/U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia)

Witnesses testified at Hollosy's trial that Adams and Brown exchanged words over the picture. Brown and then Hollosy hit Adams.

If photobombing is wrong, I don't want to be right.

Brown's trial was supposed to start in April, during which Hollosy was expected to testify and say that he, not Brown, hit Adams, according to CBS.

Hollosy was tried separately and convicted, but reportedly plans to appeal. His lawyer has said that unless Hollosy gets immunity, he won't testify until his appeal is over.

Brown's lawyer said last month in court it could take at least six months for the appeal to conclude. Prosecutors have said it could take a year. No new trial date for Brown was set.


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