Chris Brown allegedly suffered a seizure while at a recording studio in Hollywood but refused treatment from emergency services.
Emergency services responded to a call claiming Chris Brown suffered a seizure in the early hours of Friday morning (09.08.13).
The 24-year-old singer was at Record Plant recording studios in Hollywood when he allegedly collapsed and his companions placed a 911 call, saying he had a seizure, according to TMZ.
However, Chris was responsive at the scene, refusing treatment and transportation to hospital.
It is not known if he actually suffered a seizure or what caused the collapse.
The incident comes soon after Chris claimed he is ''tired of being famous'' and wants to retire after his upcoming album 'X' because he's fed up of still hitting the headlines for the domestic violence altercation he had with ex-girlfriend Rihanna back in 2009.
He wrote on Twitter: ''Don't worry mainstream America. After this 'X' album, it'll probably be my last album.
''Being famous is amazing when it's for ur music and talent. I'm tired of being famous for a mistake I made when i was 18. I'm cool & over it! (sic).''
The 'Fine China' hitmaker was convicted of battery and sentenced to 80 hours of community service and five years probation following his brutal attack on 'Diamonds' singer Rihanna.
However, the troubled star's probation was revoked recently after the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office believe he was involved in a hit-and-run incident in May.
Chris is alleged to have left the scene after smashing into a woman's Mercedes-Benz two months ago and while the victim has refused to press charges it is required by law that the judge revoke the star's probation.
Chris was spared jail, but will have to answer the charges later this month.
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