Eve Tells Chris Brown to 'Fix Your Brain' After He's Arrested in Paris for Rape Allegations
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"You can't be treating women how you want to treat them in any kind of way just because you think you're a superstar," she says.

Eve did not hold back on Tuesday's episode of "The Talk" when discussing Chris Brown's recent arrest for alleged aggravated rape and narcotics offenses in Paris, France.

"This is such a shame. It's really a shame," Eve said to her co-hosts and audience. "Obviously, we know he's had troubles in the past. It's like, when are you gonna stop and grow up and allow the talent to shine through and fix your brain? This is ridiculous!"

While Eve said she'd "like to hope that these allegations aren't true," she also made sure to note that "times have changed."

"If you guys don't know that yet -- whether in America or overseas -- get your act together," she said. "You can't be treating women how you want to treat them in any kind of way just because you think you're a superstar. It's just not the way to be."

Eve went on to say the whole situation makes her "sad because Chris Brown is actually a really talented person," adding, "I just really hope he gets some help."

"It's horrible. It's hard. It's a hard thing," she concluded.

Early Tuesday morning, TMZ reported that Brown and two members of his team had been arrested and detained in Paris after a woman told police she had been raped by the R&B singer.

The woman says she met Brown at a nightclub between Jan. 15 and Jan. 16 before heading back to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel with him, where she claimed he raped her. The prosecutor's office later told TMZ that Brown had been released "on his own recognizance, without bail" and that he was free to leave France. The other two men were also released.

According to French prosecutors, "The investigations, which are not closed at this stage, will continue under the authority of the Paris prosecutor's office."

Brown has vehemently denied any wrongdoing, taking to Instagram as soon as he was released to share an image that read, "This bitch lyin'." His statement came after "The Talk" had aired.

He captioned the post, "I WANNA MAKE IT PERFECTLY CLEAR. THIS IS FALSE AND A WHOLE LOT OF CAP! NNNNNNNNEEEEEEEEEEVVVVVVVVVVEEEEEERRRRRR!!!!!! FOR MY DAUGHTER AND MY FAMILY THIS IS SO [DISRESPECTFUL] AND IS AGAINST MY CHARACTER AND MORALS!!!!!"

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