A judge has approved the release of five photos prosecutors entered into evidence in the assault trial of Chris Brown's bodyguard. The Kiss Kiss hitmaker's bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, was found guilty last month (Apr14) of punching 20-year-old Parker Adams in the face during a bust-up outside a Washington, D.C. hotel in October (13). He claimed he was the only one to hit Adams, and insisted during his trial that he lashed out because the victim was attempting to gain access to his client's tour bus, but prosecutors insisted that alone didn't warrant the beating the plaintiff received and charged the 25 year old with misdemeanour assault. Brown is currently in jail in California on charges stemming from a March (14) arrest after he was dismissed from a rehab centre, where he was receiving court-ordered anger management treatment. His assault trial has been postponed and a date has not yet been scheduled, but on Tuesday (06May14) photos showing Brown and Hollosy in custody, Brown posing with two women outside the hotel and Adams' bloodied face were released to the media. The singer could find himself behind bars for a further four years if the eventual ruling in the assault case is deemed a violation of his probation relating to his 2009 assault conviction for beating his then-girlfriend, Rihanna.