Frank Ocean Wants Prosecution, Chris Brown Limits His Social Media

A few more details have emerged in the aftermath of Chris Brown and Frank Ocean's studio scuffle, with reports that Ocean wants to see Brown (who has now agreed to speak with the cops) charged for the melee. Brown has not made any public comment on the incident, instead using Instagram to express himself, but even that was too much for him, and tonight he made his account private.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's department says that Frank Ocean "is desirous of prosecution in this incident," after sending a tweet on Sunday night that he'd been jumped by Chris Brown and his crew. Brown is still serving a five-year probation sentence from his 2009 assault which could spell trouble for him, but TMZ cited sources saying that he was making moves to tell cops his side of the story.

Yesterday Brown decided to address criticism he was receiving from this fallout via an Instagram photo with three depictions of Jesus suffering on the cross. Needless to say, that wasn't so well-received, and on Tuesday night the singer decided to make his Instagram account private, with a final note that read, "Social media takes away the essence of why we are even special or icons," Brown wrote. "So with that, I'm detaching myself from that world."