Miranda Lambert was far from impressed with Chris Brown's performances at Sunday's Grammy Awards, because she feels the R&B singer had no place at the ceremony -- on the third anniversary of his assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna. Some of you may remember hearing or reading about R&B singer Chris Brown's assault on his then girlfriend, Pop singer Rhianna. For a while, it seemed the  music industry shunned Chris Brown.

In several Twitter posts on Monday, Lambert wrote, "Chris Brown twice? I don't get it. He beat on a girl ... Not cool that we act like that didn't happen."

Miranda, whose  parents ran a shelter for abused women when she was growing up, even suggested Brown listen to her country song about a woman preparing to murder her abusive husband upon his release from jail -- to put him "back in his place" after his night at the Grammy's. She has since backtracked on her outrage,saying, "As for my tweets 'it's just one clowns (sic) opinion'. I love music and that's what it's all about."

Neil Portnow, the president of The Recording Academy, the organizing body behind the Grammy's, has already answered critics and defended his decision to invite Brown back to the ceremony, insisting the singer deserved the recognition for his successful "F.A.M.E." album -- but Lambert disagrees.

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