It's been confirmed -- RiRi is going to appear in court for the case against Chris Brown.
Donald Etra, attorney for Rihanna, has revealed that the pop star will appear at a hearing next month as a potential witness for the District Attorney's case against Chris Brown, who is charged with felony battery and making criminal threats against the "Disturbia" singer.
According to AP, Etra says that prosecutors have told him RiRi will receive a subpoena to testify during a hearing in L.A. on June 22 -- and that the Bajan beauty will comply with the court's wishes.
Today, a Los Angeles judge rejected Chris Brown's attorney's request to receive police records in the case because the motion was filed prematurely. Brown's attorney, Mark Geragos, will be able to file the motion again after the preliminary hearing.
Brown entered a not guilty plea in April.