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Brown to read at Harlem school despite conviction for beating up Rihanna

R n B singer Chris Brown is said to have been invited to read at Harlems Sisulu-Walker Charter Schools annual Family Read Night, despite being convicted for beating up ex-girlfriend Rihanna.


New York, Mar 5 : R 'n' B singer Chris Brown is said to have been invited to read at Harlem's Sisulu-Walker Charter School's annual Family Read Night, despite being convicted for beating up ex-girlfriend Rihanna.

The event, which is held to encourage students to read, will see Brown, 20, reading to kids.

"I extended an invitation to all celebrities and politicians, and we had an acceptance by him," the New York Daily News quoted principal Dawn Cejas as saying.

Brown pleaded guilty to a felony and was sentenced last August to community service along with a year of domestic-violence counselling for his attack on the "Umbrella" singer.

Olubunmi Sonubi, a mother of Sisulu-Walker fifth-grader Ishola, said she was okay with a "second chance" for Brown.

"He can come even though he was arrested," she said.

"He's coming to read to the children. He apologized on TV. Sometimes in real life we make mistakes," she added.

ANI

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