Chris Brown did not give out incorrect information to another motorist following a fender bender in Los Angeles, his rep told Access Hollywood , despite a report claiming otherwise.
On Monday, TMZ reported that the Los Angeles Police Department is looking into the traffic incident Brown had with an unidentified woman as a "full-blown hit-and-run investigation," after Brown "allegedly refused to give the driver he rear-ended his driver's license."
But, a rep for the singer told Access Hollywood on Monday that Brown gave the woman his correct information and he took her information too.
Mark Geragos, Brown's lawyer, said the LAPD has not been in touch, Brown's rep told Access.
Additionally, Geragos called the woman within an hour of hearing the report to make sure she had the correct information and she allegedly hung up on him, according to Brown's rep.
When contacted by Access Hollywood on Monday, a rep for the LAPD was -- due to staff being off for the Memorial Day holiday -- unable to confirm whether an investigation is taking place over the incident.
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