Chris Brown's Washington, D.C., trial on an allegation of assault has been delayed until Wednesday after a guilty verdict for bodyguard Christopher Hollosy complicated defense-attorney plans.
It was thought that Hollosy might testify that only he, not Brown, threw a punch in October at a man who told authorities he was only trying to get into a picture two women were taking with the singer, according to the Associated Press.
However, Hollosy's attorney now intends to appeal his client's Monday verdict, and any testimony by the bodyguard without a promise of immunity granted by prosecutors could affect that appeal.
The accused both maintain that 20-year-old Parker Adams was trying to get on Brown's tour bus, and that any punches thrown were to defend the celeb. At Hollosy's trial, a limo driver testified that he saw both men strike Adams, while one of the women taking the photo backed up Adams' version of events, CNN reported.