Chris Brown did not throw the first punch in the fight that got him arrested and thrown in jail, according to the initial draft of the police report that was filed.
The report was then corrected to indicate that he did, but it seems there's a good deal of confusion surrounding the melee that broke out early Sunday.
Initially, the report described Chris' bodyguard as the person who threw the punch that broke the alleged victim's nose, while Chris jumped in afterward.
However, a revised copy of the report says it was the singer who landed the bone-crushing blow; Chris Brown was arrested for felony assault in D.C.
To make things even more confusing, police recorded Chris, his bodyguard, the alleged victim, and other witnesses describing who hit whom in the fracas.
Law enforcement sources believe that some of the people involved may be stretching the truth or outright lying, so the confusion is clearly a problem.
Look for Chris' attorney to make the police report correction and any discrepancies in the investigation a key point of his defense, if it comes to that.
We still haven't heard his side of the story in any official capacity.
The accuser says Chris freaked after he was photobombed. Brown sources say he was just trying to keep couple of guys from trespassing on his tour bus.
Chris faces up to four years in prison for violating his probation, which he's still on for beating Rihanna, regardless of what happens in this assault case.