Life Chris Brown makes a special arrangement for buying monkeys By weekster Posted on December 6, 2019 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Chris Brown (30) agreed to a special settlement in a court in Los Angeles on Wednesday. The singer agreed not to buy monkeys for the next six months. Brown was indicted for owning a protected species. At the end of 2017, he posted a video in which his daughter Royalty hugs a capuchin monkey. He received a lot of comments on that, partly because his followers felt that he was endangering his child by having him play with a wild animal. Animal protection in California received several complaints about Chris and his monkey Fiji, and initiated an investigation. It showed that the singer did not have the necessary papers to have an animal like Fiji at home. The monkey has since been housed in a shelter. As part of the settlement, Chris promised to donate $ 35,000 to that organization on Wednesday. According to TMZ, the judge in the case said that after June 6, 2020 he may have another monkey, but – of course – only a species where that is legal. If he adheres to the agreement until June, the charge against the singer lapses.