AUCKLAND (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — New Zealand is weighing its options in whether to grant American singer Bobby Brown a visa. Brown has a pair of concerts scheduled in the island nation, first on June 15 in Rotorua on July 15th and then in Auckland on July 18th. As of yet, Brown has reportedly not applied for the documents that would allow him to travel there.
Brown has a history of arrests related to both drugs and domestic violence.
"This application should be lodged as soon as possible in order to be considered," Api Fiso, a representative for the NZ Dept. of Labor told the New Zealand press "As with all visa applications, the applicant must meet the standard entry requirements including health and character requirements."
"Aspects of Brown's questionable past, an unenviable litany of malevolence" said Rotorua MP Steve Chadwick "and (The issues of) sexual battery and drug use offenses, have been raised with the (immigration) department." – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers