Bobby Brown Pleads Not Guilty to DUI
The singer will face another hearing Dec. 13
A lawyer for singer Bobby Brown entered not guilty pleas to drunken driving and other charges, according to a spokesman for the Los Angeles city attorney. Brown’s case is scheduled for its next hearing on Dec. 13.
The former husband of the late Whitney Houston was arrested in October on suspicion of driving while under the influence. It was his second arrest for DUI this year in LA. He was previously arrested in April and pleaded no contest.
Brown's other charges include driving on a suspended license and not having an ignition locking device on his car, a requirement for his drunk driving charge from April.
After the April arrest Brown was ordered not to consume any alcohol and entered rehab in August.