She and Chris Brown may be on a break (whatever that means), but Rihanna is fully cooperating with the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office, her lawyer says.
Attorney Donald Etra tells E! Online that a report that Rihanna is no longer cooperating with prosecutors in their assault and criminal threats case against her longtime beau - whom she's currently taking a break from - is "totally incorrect."
A rep for the D.A. concurs. "We have been in contact with her attorney, and he has always said she is a cooperating victim," says spokeswoman Sandi Gibbons.
Rihanna, who lately has been doing enough partying and clubbing to make up for a month spent out of the limelight, will not be in court on April 6 for Chris Brown's rescheduled arraignment on felony assault and threat charges.
The lawyer appeared on her behalf March 5, telling the court that his client was not requesting an order of protection against her alleged attacker.