So far, Rihanna has not publicly addressed the alleged assault she suffered at the hands of Chris Brown. Now, the law will likely force her to speak. After a hearing dealing with the case on Thursday, Rihanna's lawyer said that he expects a subpoena that will force the pop star to take the stand. Rihanna will also face cross examination from Brown's lawyer. People Magazine reports that a plea agreement is expected before the case goes to trial. On Tuesday, Brown addressed his fans via YouTube, saying, "I ain't a monster."
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