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FILE - Bryan Abrams poses backstage at the Sixth Annual Soul Train Awards where his group, "Color Me Badd," won an award for Best R&B/Soul Single by a Group, in Los Angeles, in this March 10, 1992 file photo. Honolulu police say 40-year-old Bryan Abrams was arrested Tuesday July 20, 2010 after getting into an argument with his wife and throwing her across the room. (AP Photo/Doug Pizac, File)
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FILE - Bryan Abrams poses backstage at the Sixth Annual Soul Train Awards where his group, "Color Me Badd," won an award for Best R&B/Soul Single by a Group, in Los Angeles, in this March 10, 1992 file photo. Honolulu police say 40-year-old Bryan Abrams was arrested Tuesday July 20, 2010 after getting into an argument with his wife and throwing her across the room. (AP Photo/Doug Pizac, File)

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