Chicago Sun-Times columnist Bill Zwecker recently claimed that Brown's management team was working on a deal with Rihanna's handlers, which would include a joint book project, a series of TV interviews together and a whopping 10 million-dollar hand-out to the 'Umbrella' singer in case Brown ever hurts her in future.
Zwecker also stated that Brown would pay "as much as 10 million dollars... if he as much as squeezes her arm the wrong way."
However, Brown's publicist Michael Sitrick says that the book deal report as well as the claims of 10 million dollar handout are false.
Rihanna's lawyer Donald Etra also insists that he knows nothing about the claims the columnist has made.
However, Zwecker is still adamant that his report is not untrue."(The deal) is obviously a kind of commitment from him to her (Rihanna) that he was serious about the fact that this will never happen again," Contactmusic quoted Zwecker as saying.
Meanwhile, Brown, who allegedly attacked Rihanna and left her with horrific injuries, has been released on a 50,000-dollar bail until a hearing on April 6. (ANI)