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Australia May Deny Chris Brown’s Visa After Anti-Violence Activist Group Starts Petition.

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Rapper Chris Brown may be denied the right to enter Australia for his upcoming tour if anti-violence campaigners have their way. Activist group Getup! has started a petition calling for Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to refuse his visa application, as the group believes allowing the rapper into the country would condone his actions. The move comes as the Australian government announces A$100 million in funding in the fight against domestic violence and to assist women dealing with abuse. Getup! wrote in a statement, “We urge you to refuse Chris Brown a visa to visit Australia. Due to his conviction of felony assault (a criminal charge), we believe he is in breach of the Australian visa character test, for having ‘a substantial criminal record.’

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