Today (Jan. 8) Chris Brown was back in front of a judge, this time in Washington D.C. to attend a hearing for allegedly assaulting a man back in October outside of a hotel.

According to TMZ, the 'Loyalty' singer's lawyer, Mark Geragos, rejected a plea deal in connection with the alleged incident, after a prosecutor offered a deal that would reduce the charges to simple assault instead of the more serious penalty of misdemeanor assault that he's currently being charged with. Chris's bodyguard also declined the plea deal.

Authorities are said to have surveillance, but refuse to show it to Browns attorney. Geragos will not agree to any deal until he's allowed to see the alleged video.