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    Chris Brown Cell Phone Robbery Case: No Charges Yet, Investigation Continues

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    It remains to be seen if Chris Brown will eventually be charged for allegedly stealing a woman's cell phone in Florida last month.

    According to Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle, the investigation into the matter remains ongoing as detectives are continuing to interview witnesses.

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    "We have taken the statements of our local witnesses and have just finished discussing with the lead Miami Beach Detective the additional witness information supplied by Mr. Brown's attorney Mark Geragos," said Rundle in a statement on Thursday. "We must now interview these individuals, some of whom may be from out of state, just as we do in every criminal investigation in order to uncover the truth in its entirety."

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    The case in question began on Feb. 19 when, according to the police report, Christal Spann accused Brown of snatching her iPhone out of her hand outside a Miami nightclub as she was trying to take a photo of the singer inside his car.

    Spann claimed that the R&B star yelled, "Bitch, you ain't going to put that on no website," as he reached out the window and grabbed the phone.

    Brown is currently on probation until 2014 for his assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna prior to the 2009 Grammy Awards.

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