BEVERLY HILLS, California – A press conference promoting BET's upcoming TV movie "The Bobby Brown Story" came to a standstill on Friday as a reporter overran the singer A 2003 emergency call involving a domestic violence incident with his then-wife Whitney Houston

Brown, who appeared with the stars of the film at the Television Critics Association's summer press conference, denied any violence against him In 2012, Houston died from time to time to whom he married from 1992 to 2007.

"There were no violent incidents between me and Whitney … you are wrong, you are completely wrong," he said in response to a reporter's question.

The room calmed down before another reporter told the 911 that it was bringing a lawsuit against Brown for domestic violence and an offense, is part of the public record. More: & quot; Whitney & # 39; Documentary: 5 Things You Did not Know About Whitney Houston

Brown simply replied, "The public record is wrong."

"The Bobby Brown Story" (Sept. 4 and 5, 9 EDT / PDT) describes the life of New Edition singer and solo performer and stars Woody McClain as Brown and Gabrielle Dennis as Houston.

Earlier in the panel, Brown said he did not mind being at the Beverly Hilton, the hotel where Houston died.

"The ghost of my ex-wife is probably still here. (It) just feels good to be here and promote this movie and smile to be here with my wife and kids," he said. "We just came from Hawaii and it was a great time, so being here is just another notch."

He said the film was an opportunity to clarify the story of stories he believes are false.

"What people do not understand is that the stories told about me are wrong, we just correct everything that the press has believed in me, and I can tell my story of what I know 'My truth,' he said. "That's the main reason why we made this movie was being able to tell my side of the story and that's going to happen, you'll see that."

Brown dismissed a question about scandals in his life and said, "I do not think there are juicy scandals, I think there's only the life I've lived in. In my life, I've been through things, heights and depths. " Downs and some of the things I'm not proud of … So, scandals? There are no scandals. There are only juicy ones.

Brown said the most difficult aspect of the film involved scenes with his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown, who died in 2015.

"I think the hardest parts were the scenes with my daughter. I'm still missing her and not having her here. I was not able to put myself through the visual part I film that. It was just hard, "he said.

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