Station pulls former 'Being Bobby Brown' star's child support money
UPI News Service, 03/05/2007
Bobby Brown's broadcasting gig ended as a Washington radio station rescinded its offer to pay his back child support so he could be released from jail.
Radio station WIHT-FM said it was working with Brown's lawyer to have the money returned, The (Quincy, Mass.) Patriot Ledger said Monday. The radio station last week paid more than $19,000 in back child support to Kim Ward to free Brown from a Massachusetts jail. In exchange, Brown was to have worked for a week on-air and off for the station.
Brown denied the employment portion of their agreement during an on-air phone conversation with his would-be boss Friday, hanging up on him, the Ledger reported.