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Chris Brown Denied Entry to Australia After Assaulting Ex-Girlfriend Rihanna six Years ago

American singer and rapper Chris Brown has been denied entry to Australia following his conviction for assaulting ex-girlfriend Rihanna back in 2009.

He was informed on Friday that his visa application had been denied and he now has 28 days to plead his case to enter the country for his Australian concerts that kick off in December.

Immigration Minister Chris Dutton said on Sunday that Chris had been given the Notice of Intention to Consider Refusal, which allows him 28 days to present material as to why he should be given a visa.

‘Decisions on whether a visa will or will not be issued are made after that timeframe and consideration of the material presented to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection,’ Mr Dutton said.

Rihanna and Chris, on the night that the assault happened

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull found himself being questioned about Chris’s upcoming tour appearances. His feelings were quite clear about the singer when he said: ‘This is a government that is not afraid to say no’.

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Jess Harris

Jess Harris

Hi, I’m Jess. Mum of 3 kids, happy wife and self-confessed gossip queen. I have a background in media and this is where my love of all things celeb began. Being a mother myself I understand we don’t always have time to sit down, have a cuppa and catch up on the latest breaking gossip stories – this is where I come in!

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