Chris Brown and his hired muscle tried to PUMMEL Frank Ocean during their infamous L.A. parking lot brawl, according to Frank's music producer.
Ocean says he won't be pressing charges against Brown, despite speaking to police and declaring he was the victim. Accounts of the incident vary.
Michael Uzowuru's account is very much pro-Frank.
Uzowuru, who produces tracks with Ocean and Odd Future, says he was there and the Frank Ocean-Chris Brown brawl did indeed break out over a parking spot.
He says that he, Frank and a guy named Chito arrived at Westlake Studios to record and saw an orange Lamborghini parked in the spot labeled "Frank."
Uzowuru told the front desk to move the car and was informed it belonged to Chris Brown, who came out 10 minutes later with a "big dude" and a "skinnier dude."
Frank told Chris, "You parked in my spot, move."
Things went downhill quickly after that, with Chris not only throwing the first punch, but attempting to beat Frank up really bad - according to Ocean's producer.
Uzowuru says the big dude suddenly punched Chito in the face for NO REASON, and "instantly Chris and the other dude grab [Frank] and try to jump him."
"There's no doubt in my mind the whole thing was a set up."
Uzowuru says the big dude continued to pound on Chito, while Chris and his other lackey tackled Frank, crashing into a "big fake candle display laced with glass."
"Hence ... his finger being cut."
According to Uzowuru, Brown's buddy pinned Ocean against a wall "while Chris was trying to beat the living "s**t" out of [him]." Frank fought back in self-defense.
He says his memory of events gets hazy after that, but remembers screaming for everyone to stop, and they did, thankfully, before it got REALLY out of hand.
Uzowuru concludes, "I don't know what type of demons Chris is facing, but I hope he clears them all and finds a new life rooted in love and light."
For what it's worth, Brown's attorney claimed - even before Ocean dropped the police matter - he didn't punch anyone and that surveillance video proves it.