Music star and former Whitney Houston husband, Bobby Brown pled not guilty to charges stemming from his October arrest for drunk driving.
On Oct. 24, the singer was arrested after being pulled over in Tarzana, Calif., and refusing a sobriety test. His lawyer entered the plea for Brown on Friday, reports Ontherecordcarpet.com.
Brown faces more than just drunk-driving charges, however. In his Dec. 13 hearing, he’ll be up on charges of driving with a suspended license as well as driving a car without an ignition-locking device. Brown must use one on cars he drives following his March 2012, arrest for a similar offense.
For the previous offense, in which Brown pleaded no contest, he was ordered to get treatment as well as being fined and placed on probation.
Brown has a long history of substance-abuse problems. He has been jailed in the past for his previous convictions and in August checked himself into a clinic for treatment.
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