Bobby Brown Wanted For Flaking on Child Support

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The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has put Bobby Brown on notice.

The next time the R&B singer and renowned deadbeat sets foot in the cradle of the American Revolution, he could be walking straight into a jail cell.

A judge just issued a warrant for the jackass' arrest after he failed to appear in court, reportedly for flaking out on child support payments. Again.

According to the Boston Herald, Brown hasn't forked over $45,000 in child support payments for the two teenage children he had with Kim Ward.

Hopefully Scott Disick is paying attention.

Bobby Brown is staring at another mug shot in Massachusetts.

Brown is required to pay $5,000 in child support per month for the kids, Bobby Jr. and Laprincia, who live with his ex-girlfriend Ward in Stoughton, Mass.

It's not the first time Brown has been in hot water for being a serial deadbeat - dude spent four days in the slammer in 2007 for missing child support.

Not to be deterred, Brown welcomed his fifth child in June. The mother is Bobby Brown’s longtime girlfriend and sometime manager Alicia Etheridge.

He also has a 16-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina Houston-Brown, with his former wife, musical collaborator and punching bag Whitney Houston.

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