Prosecutors: No Decision Yet on Whether to Charge Chris Brown

The office says it is currently reviewing information and talking to the parties involved.

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    The Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office said no decision will be made on Friday of  whether or not singer Chris Brown will be charged for allegedly snatching a fan's iPhone outside of a Miami Beach nightclub.

    The office says it is currently reviewing information and talking to the parties involved.

    Brown has not and will not be contacted unless he decides to come forward, a spokesperson for the state attorney's office said.

    According to a Miami Police report, Brown’s eager fan, a 24-year-old Miami woman, told them that she was inside Cameo during the wee hours Sunday when she saw Brown, 22, and fellow artist Tyga leaving the nightclub at 1445 Washington Ave. through a side door.

    The woman, Christal Spann, and her friends followed Brown and rapper Tyga outside, where she saw him get into his black Bentley, according to the report. Spann approached Brown and took a photo with her $500 white iPhone 4S while he was sitting in his car.

    Then the surly hip-hop star reached through the window, took her cell phone from her hands, and said, "B**** you ain’t going to put that on no website," Spann told police.

    He put up his window, drove west on Espanola Way, and north on Washington Avenue, police said.

    His representative couldn't be immediately reached.