Bobby Brown appeared in a Los Angeles court yesterday to confront the DUI charges stemming from a traffic stop last month and decided to plead not guilty.
On October, 24 Brown was pulled over for driving erratically and the investigating officers discovered that Brown did not have his court-mandated dashboard Breathalizer. Brown was charged with refusal to submit to a chemical test, driving with a suspended license due to a conviction of an alcohol offense, and driving a vehicle without an ignition interlock device.
Brown could be facing serious consequences for these later charges, two of which stem from a DUI conviction back in March as he is currently serving three years of probation. If convicted on the latest charges Brown could be looking at up to two years in prison. In the meantime the judge has ordered the New Edition singer to attend three Alcoholics Anonymous meeting every week until his next court appearance, scheduled for December, 13th.