Singer Bobby Brown pauses during an interview in Atlanta, Monday, July 30, 2018. Brown is developing the not-for-profit Bobbi Kristina Brown Serenity House near Atlanta. (AP Photo/Brinley Hineman)
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Singer Bobby Brown plans to build a shelter for domestic violence victims in honor of his late daughter while declining to directly address old allegations that he once hit his ex-wife Whitney Houston.Brown is developing the not-for-profit Bobbi Kristina Brown Serenity House near Atlanta. Asked again Monday about the allegations involving Houston, Brown did not answer directly, but instead described his own childhood experiences of domestic violence.A judge in May 2004 ruled there was enough evidence for Brown to stand trial on misdemeanor battery charges and set a deadline about two months later for Brown to turn himself over to authorities for fingerprinting.Brown turned himself in on July 11, 2004, a few hours before the court-imposed deadline, and was released after posting a $2,000 bond.City of South Fulton Mayor Bill Edwards said he supports Brown despite the old charges, saying it's appropriate for Brown to receive a proclamation recognizing his plans for a shelter.
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