Chris Brown has been targeted by anti-domestic violence campaigners after fake warning stickers appeared on his CDs in London stores.
Copies of Brown's latest album, Fortune, in some branches of entertainment retailer HMV in the British capital have been defaced by labels which read "Warning. Do not buy this album! This man beats women."
The stunt has reportedly been carried out by campaigners against domestic abuse who have targeted the singer over his 2009 assault conviction for beating up his now ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
Brown's past resurfaced this month when he showed off a new tattoo on his neck, which critics claimed looks like an image of Rihanna's face after Brown's assault.
Brown denied the allegation and insisted the tattoo is of a Sugar Skull, linked to Mexico's Day of the Dead festival in which families remember late relatives by feasting and dressing up as skeletons.
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