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Chris Brown Reportedly Throws Tantrum at 'Good Morning America,' Breaks Window

Entertainment Tonight, Tuesday, March 22, 2011, 11:13am (PDT)

If Chris Brown is trying to show the world that he's getting over his anger issues, this is not the way to go.

The R&B artist came on to "Good Morning America" to perform and promote his new album F.A.M.E., but grew agitated with "GMA" co-anchor Robin Roberts when their conversation gravitated towards his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Rihanna. Brown was charged in 2009 with felony assault after an altercation with Rihanna, and was sentenced to five years probation and six months of community service. In February, his probation was reduced to a restraining order that states he is not allowed within 10 yards of his ex.

When asked if he'd seen Rihanna since the sentencing downgrade, Brown attempted to try to turn the interview back to his music, saying, "I mean, not really. It's not really a big deal to me now as far as that situation. I think I'm past that in my life. I think today's the album day so that's what I'm focused on. Everybody go get that album."

Following the chat, Brown performed his song "Yeah 3x," and "GMA" reports that following the song, he stormed offstage to his dressing room. Moments later Brown was seen coming back down the hall with his shirt off to approach the person who produced his segment. "GMA" says that their hair and makeup people grew concerned after hearing loud noises and contacted security.

After he had left, it was discovered that Brown's dressing room window had been smashed and according to "GMA" was "strewn across the street below." Roberts tweeted following the incident, writing: "Sure has been an interesting AM @GMA. Still sorting thru everything myself. Just my 2nd day on twitter, wonder what tomorrow will bring?"

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