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(TMZ) UPDATE - Chris Brown swears he didn't start Sunday night's violent brawl with Frank Ocean, and he's itching to tell cops what went down in the recording studio parking lot, TMZ has learned. 

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ that Chris' lawyer, Mark Geragos, has already contacted detectives and said the singer is ready, willing and able to give them the blow-by-blow, because he knows he did nothing wrong.

What's more, sources say Geragos' team has surveillance video of the last part of the fight, and Chris is as clean as a whistle - not throwing a single punch.  

But TMZ reports that the video also clears Frank Ocean - he never takes a swing at anyone.  The fighting is between the two posses. 

According to TMZ, the video, however, is not the be-all and end-all, because it only captured the back end of the fight.  The altercation began in the parking lot and no cameras were trained on the action.  So it doesn't show who started it.  The fight moved into the lobby, and that's where the camera captured the brawl.

Chris' account is radically different from a witness who claims Chris threw the first punch.

As for why Chris booked it before cops arrived, TMZ reports Geragos gave him the strictest of instructions: if he ever got in a situation where trouble was brewing, he MUST leave immediately.



(TMZ) - An eyewitness says that Chris Brown threw the first punch in his brawl with Frank Ocean, after Frank disrespected the singer in front of his boys, TMZ reports. 

TMZ reports that, according to someone who was on scene, Chris lost his cool in the parking lot of the famous Westlake Recording Studios in L.A. Sunday when Frank refused to shake his hand. 

Frank simply laughed at the gesture, and Chris was so angry he coldcocked Ocean and started an all-out war.  As TMZ first reported, Chris denies being the aggressor.  

According to TMZ, the fight quickly moved to the lobby of the studio, and sources say the brawl demolished the place -"They managed to break almost everything in the room and scare all of the staff members working" says the witness.

TMZ reports that  the receptionist called 911, and Chris booked it. As TMZ first reported, Frank stuck around for the cops, and griped about how he felt "blindsided" by Chris. 

According to TMZ, the parking situation at the recording studio is a serious hierarchy, with the bigger artists taking the better spots, and it's been that way for years. TMZ reports Chris clearly felt he deserved the top spot, and Frank disrespected him by taking it for himself.


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