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Chris Brown’s lawyer is most likely already compensated very well financially by his star client, but Breezy is thinking about throwing in something extra.
Attorney Mark Geragos worked his magic and got Chris’ hit-and-run cases dismissed yesterday. Brown and the victim Olga Gure-Kovalenko worked out a civil compromise much to the chagrin of the L.A. City Attorney, who wanted the singer’s probation revoked, which could have resulted in jail time.
Olga didn’t want Chris prosecuted because the June accident was a minor fender bender that caused little to no damage to her vehicle.
The judge in the case sided with Chris and Geragos by dismissing the case ending the legal drama.
“The case never should have been filed in the first place. It’s unfortunate he was being prosecuted for who he is rather than what he’s done,” Geragos told TMZ.
TMZ caught up with Chris last night in Hollywood. He said he was happy to have the case behind him and was considering buying Geragos a Lamborghini. Watch the footage below.