Chris Brown Retiring From Music? Singer Admits Wanting 'Normal' Life, Denies Assault Charges

Chris Brown recently stated that he no longer is interested in being a famous entertainer and would rather have a "normal" job after a woman accused Brown of assaulting her at a Californian nightclub after a performance.

A source close to the troubled singer revealed that Brown is getting tired of constantly having to answer to people and covets the freedom that comes with anonymity.

"He can't go anywhere, can't do anything, can't eat, can't take a leak without somebody trying to accuse him of something," a source close to the 24-year-old told

"Sometime he wishes he was just an average person working at the Post Office, because at least then, people wouldn't be trying to [mess] with him. … At least he would have freedom. Life is already hard; sometime the fame makes [things] even harder," the insider said.

Deanna Gines recently accused Brown of shoving her to the floor at an Anaheim, Calif. nightclub where he recently performed. While Gines was in the VIP section of the Heat Ultra Lounge where Brown performed, TMZ initially reported that she filed a police report when the singer assaulted her which resulted in a hospital visit that determined she had torn ligaments in her legs.

However, the nightclub owner gave a different account of what happened to Gines that night.

"Based on the information which we have gathered from our security company, mall security, and other party goers which were at HEAT on Saturday night; It is apparent that the alleged incident regarding Chris Brown is false," the Heat Ultra Lounge owner told TMZ in a story that was posted to Brown's Twitter page.

According to TMZ follow-up reports, Gines attempted to rush on stage with Brown while he was performing. While security attempted to force her to exit due to inappropriate behavior, the 24-year-old club attendee took off her heels and attempted to throw them violently at security.