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There is a lot of speculation and false rumors going around about Chris Brown and Rihanna, but one thing that is for certain is the court documents that outline the details of the violent altercation between the two which were revealed in the L.A. courtroom yesterday.

“Well, now I am really going to kill you.” According to FoxNews, this is allegedly what Chris Brown allegedly said to Rihanna. Court documents say Brown pummeled Rihanna repeatedly in the face, arms, and even bit her. The affidavit details a vicious, bloody, non-stop assault on 21 year old music star Rihanna. The document reveals taht Rihanna read a text message on Brown’s cell phone from an ex girlfriend about a sexual experience they had. The couple began fighting, verbally. From there it got ugly. Brown allegedly tried to shove Rihanna out of the car, began punching her even as blood filled her mouth. The Police say say he bit her. When Rihanna called her assistant to tell her to have police come to her home, Brown allegedly threatened to kill her. “I’m going to beat the . . . out of you when we get home! You wait and see,” a police affidavit quoted Brown as shouting at Rihanna.

The hearing yesterday was no more than four minutes. Brown’s attorney’s requested that the case be continued to April and it was granted. When the Judge asked if Rihanna wanted a restraining order placed on Chris Brown, the Prosecutor insisted that Rihanna was OPPOSED to it. The judge instead ordered Brown not to “annoy, harass, molest, threaten or use force or violence against anyone.”

Rihanna’s attorney’s say that although she did not appear in court yesterday, she will be cooperating with the court. “My client is doing everything that the law requires her to do. Whatever she is required to do as a witness in the case she’ll do,” he said, declining to discuss details of the alleged assault.

According to LA Times, although the tabloids suggest the couple have reunited, the police affidavit records only one contact between Brown and Rihanna’s camp: Nine days after the incident, he sent a text message to her assistant apologizing and saying he planned to get help, according to the affidavit.

Pic Source: Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times