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Chris Brown Has Been Talking To Mob Wives Star Drita D'Avanzo
Posted by Joseph Lee on 10.08.2012

The New York Post reports that Chris Brown has been talking with Mob Wives star Drita D'Avanzo ever since he split up with girlfriend Karrueche Tran and began pursuing Rihanna. He has been contacting D'avanzo for advice.

She confirmed that the two met at W.i.P, the same nightclub where Brown's nightclub threw bottles at Drake's crew in August. D'Avanzo, who had a brawl with Karen Gravano on the VH1 show that made her famous, said she was at the club on the night of the fight, hanging out with Brown and Mary J. Blige. She added that she left before the altercation.

She said: "I met Chris at W.i.P. He was a fan of the show. Two nights after that I went again. I'm a street girl. And I've known guys who have no problem throwing down. I have instincts. I throw down, too."

She says when Drake arrived she and her friends "just got out of there."

Brown recently released a video in which he asked: "Is there such a thing as loving two people? I don't know if that's possible. But for me, I feel like that." Since then, he's wanted advice from her.

She said: "We don't talk every day." She also would not comment on the talks they did have. Instead she commentedo n her own past and said she had relationships that were "rocky".

Brown's video was posted on a Vimeo page of director David Allen, whose company produced the video for "Turn Up The Music" and videos for J. Cole, Tyga and Big Sean.


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