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MTV Will Air Chris Brown & Rihanna Documentary; Their Dads Speaks Out

The news about Chris Brown's alleged assault on girlfriend Rihanna has clearly touched a nerve with the public. Judging from the hundreds of comments readers left on our story about why some people are blaming Rihanna for the alleged incident and another about reports that this isn't the first time the couple's relationship has allegedly gotten physical, whatever happened last Sunday morning, you want to talk about it.

(MTV will air "Chris Brown & Rihanna: Love in Trouble" — an in-depth look at the allegations of domestic violence that Brown faces, featuring journalists, industry professionals and an in-studio audience of young fans — on Monday, February 16, at 6 p.m. ET/PT.)


Rihanna's Father Speaks to PEOPLE

In an interview with PEOPLE, Rihanna's father, Ronald Fenty, said that when he first heard that his daughter had been attacked by Chris Brown, "I didn't believe it."

"I know my daughter," said Fenty, 55. As for Brown, he said, "You think you know somebody, but you really don't."

Brown, 19, allegedly attacked Rihanna, 20, in Los Angeles last Sunday. He was arrested and may face charges from the district attorney.

Describing Rihanna's current condition after seeing her in Barbados on Thursday, Fenty said, "There is some bruising. She will be alright. I think so."

He adds, "At some point, she will speak out. I hope she will stand up for women all over the world."

Fenty, a salesman and freelance clothing designer, said Rihanna is spending time with her girlfriends in Barbados while she heals. While Fenty said he wouldn't tell his daughter what to do, he did say, "If it were me, I'd move on."

The last time Fenty had seen Rihanna and Brown together was in July. "They seemed pretty happy," he recalls. "I don't know what went wrong."


Chris Brown's Dad Says His Son Is 'Remorseful'

Chris Brown's biological father has broken his silence following his son's arrest on suspicion of making criminal threats against Rihanna.

"He's reflecting on this situation," Clinton Brown told People. "He's very remorseful. He's very concerned about the situation and he wants to make sure that [ Rihanna's] okay."

"This is unfortunate, this stumble, this situation. Hopefully, he will get past it. We all have our shortcomings," he continued. "We all trip."

The singer's father said he flew to LA to accompany Chris to the Grammys, but never made it to the show once Chris and Rihanna pulled out of the awards show following the incident.

Clinton Brown, who last spoke to Chris on February 12, said he is worried about how his son and his career will rebound.

"This music industry is very unforgiving when it comes to having indiscretions," he added. "He will continue to be a good person. He loves people. And like most of us, most humans, things will occur. And hopefully a person won't be judged simply on that alone."

If nothing else, Clinton Brown expects his son to learn from this experience.

"I think he's [going to] grow as an individual," he continued. "He's going to take from this situation and learn from it."

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