Prosecutors have charged Chris Brown with hit-and-run and driving without a license in connection with a May 21 fender bender.

Brown rear-ended a vehicle with his Range Rover and then didn't exchange information with the driver, said Frank Mateljan, a spokesman for the Los Angeles city attorney's office, told the Los Angeles Times.

If I was supposed to exchange information with Chris Brown, the first piece of information I'd ask for would be, "How do you still have so many female fans after that whole Rihanna deal?"

Prosecutors said Brown didn't have a valid license at the time. He supposedly left the scene without providing proof of insurance.

If I was Chris Brown and driving around without a license and on probation, I'd make sure my pockets were stuffed with enough money to pay cash for all the car crashes I get into.

The charges pose a serious problem for Brown, who is on probation after being convicted of domestic violence against Rihanna. If a judge concludes the incident amounts to a probation violation, Brown faces up to six months in jail, the Times reported.

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