On Thursday, March 5, the same day Chris Brown appeared before Los Angeles Superior Court commissioner for a hearing in his battery case that involves Rihanna, TMZ made public a copy of the LAPD detectives' legal documents that give detail description on the assault he allegedly did to the "Umbrella" hit maker during their major argument on February 8. According to a search warrant in the case, text message from another woman that Rihanna found on Chris' phone was the trigger of the couple's blow-up.
It is claimed in the search warrants that Chris and Rihanna were driving in his rented Lamborghini when she read him a three-page text message from an unidentified woman. An argument reportedly was quick to ensue, during when Chris tried to force Rihanna out of the vehicle, but failed because she was wearing a seat belt.
Chris then allegedly shoved Rihanna's head against the passenger window and struck her several times when she turned to face him as he continued to drive. The alleged assault resulted in Rihanna's blood splattering on the interior of the car and her dress. "I'm going to beat the s--- out of you when we get home. You wait and see!" Chris reportedly threatened Rihanna.
At some point during the altercation, Rihanna called one of her assistants and told her to call the police. "I am on my way home. Make sure the cops are there when I get there," so the songstress told her assistant. Chris allegedly replied, "You just did the stupidest thing ever. I'm going to kill you." The detective's notes, furthermore, mention that Chris continued to punch Rihanna, bit her ear and fingers, and put her in a headlock, almost causing her to lose consciousness.
Eventually, Rihanna began screaming for help and Chris got out of the car and walked away, leaving her alone inside the vehicle. A nearby resident heard Rihanna's plea for help and quickly called 911, which later on resulted in Chris' brief arrest.