Rihanna will testify in Brown's assault case, says lawyer
Washington, Mar 7 (ANI): Rihanna's attorneys have confirmed that the singer will testify against Chris Brown if prosecutors subpoena her to appear in court.
Brown has been charged with two felony counts for his alleged bust up with the Umbrella hitmaker.
He is currently free on 50,000 dollars bail after he was granted a continuance at his arraignment hearing on Mar 4.
The prosecutors, who are keen to punish keen to punish the Barbados singer to the full extent of the law could call her to testify against Brown.
Rihanna did not appear in court for the arraignment hearing, but reports suggest she has reconciled with the singer and was in Los Angeles with him.
She could be in court for the hearing on 6 April (09).
"She is planning to do everything that the law requires her to do. If she is required to testify, she will do so," Contactmusic quoted Rihanna's lawyer Donald Etra as telling MTV News.
Meanwhile, the judge has given Rihanna permission to tape conversations with her boyfriend. (ANI)