Adele and Chris Brown ‘have late-night meet up at her home’ despite his UK ban
Adele and Chris Brown reportedly had a friendly meeting over the weekend when he was seen arriving at her West London home.
The US star headed to Adele's house with a large entourage and didn't leave again until the early hours of the morning, according to The Sun.
"It was all a bit cloak and dagger," a source told the publication. "He arrived in the middle of the night and didn't leave until around 2am.
"He arrived in huge, blacked-out cars, with plenty of muscle surrounding him."
The two singers met at the Grammys in 2013 and were pictured having an excited chat at the annual awards ceremony.
Back then, Chris tweeted: "Pleasure to meet you, Adele. I heard your words and that's all that matters. Thank you for speaking truth."
Chris and Adele's meeting comes 10 years after he was banned from coming to the UK after he was found guilty of assaulting Rihanna.
In 2009, Chris attacked Rihanna on the way to that year's Grammys and he was subsequently banned from entering the UK.
At the time, in 2010, the Home Office said: "We reserve the right to refuse entry to the UK to anyone guilty of a serious criminal offence.
"Public safety is one of our primary concerns."
It seems the ban from visiting the UK has since been lifted, as a judge ruled back in 2015 that Chris had completed his probation.
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And before his meet-up with Adele, he was reportedly seen at swanky Mayfair restaurant Novikov, according to a video circulating on social media.
Chris also shared a photo on Instagram of him with his on-off girlfriend Ammika Harris and their son Aeko, with fans speculating it was taken in London.
The friendship with Adele may seem unlikely, considering she publicly supported Tik Tok singer Kesha during the time she alleged producer Dr Luke had abused her.
In 2016 at the BRIT Awards, Adele said: "I'd like to take a quick second to thank my management and my record label for embracing the fact that I'm a woman and being encouraged by it.
"I'd also like to take this moment to publicly support Kesha."
A judge dismissed all of Kesha's claims of sexual assault, sexual harassment and gender violence in New York in April 2016.
Then in August of the same year, Kesha dropped charges in Los Angeles, saying: "This lawsuit [has been] so heavy on my once free spirit, and I can only pray to one day feel that happiness again."
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