The emergency call that alerted police to Chris Brown's reported attack on girlfriend Rihanna features a woman screaming, according to police.Brown, 19, was arrested for felony battery after an incident with an as yet unidentified woman in a vehicle in Los Angeles in the early hours of Sunday morning (08Feb09).
And now cops have revealed the nature of the 911 call that was made in the wake of the attack.
Chief investigator Detective Deshon Andrews says, "It mostly recorded the sound of a screaming woman."
But Andrews is refusing to divulge any further details - including photos, documents and the audio of the call - relating to the case.
The Los Angeles Times claims it was Rihanna who told authorities Brown had struck her.
She was reportedly discharged from the city's Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she was escorted out of a back exit.
But the Umbrella hitmaker is fine, according to her grandmother, Clara Brathwaite.
She tells Barbados newspaper the Daily Nation, "I don't want people to worry. Rihanna is fine and she is doing well."
Brathwaite denied claims made by some media outlets that the singer had a broken nose.
Brown is being represented by celebrity lawyer Mark Geragos, who defended Winona Ryder in her shoplifting trial and Michael Jackson during his child molestation trial. Brown will face charges in court on 5 March (09).