Last month, Chris Brown got into a car accident with a woman and refused to give her valid insurance information. Now, according to TMZ, the City Attorney of Los Angeles has filed two charges against the R&B singer for the incident.

The first charge is hit and run, which comes into play as Chris Brown did not provide the woman he rear-ended with valid information. The second charge is for driving without a valid license. Both offenses call for a maximum of six months in jail.

Brown is still currently on probation, when he plead guilty to felony assault in 2009 after physically attacking his former girlfriend and singer, Rihanna. Violation of his probation could lead up to four years in prison.

Hoping to clear his name of the charges filed against him, Chris Brown has taken to Twitter to claim his innocence. Check out what he had to say below.

[via TMZ]

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