Chris Brown’s Probation Revoked Over D.C. Arrest

Chris Brown

A judge has revoked Chris Brown’s probation following assault charges filed in Washington, D.C., earlier this year.

The R&B superstar appeared in a Los Angeles courtroom on Monday for a progress hearing. L.A. Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin felt the criminal complaint in D.C. was enough to revoke his probation since Chris did not obey all laws.

He ordered Brown to return to court on February 10 for another update. As part of his sentence, he is still required to complete 1,000 hours of community labor for his assault on Rihanna in 2009.

Probation officials reported that Brown is doing well in anger management rehab. The judge was impressed by his progress and ordered him to continue treatment.

According to the progress report (via TMZ), Brown participates in a weekly boot camp and completed a 12-hour ropes course “to enhance team-building skills and trust.”

The clinical team says that he no longer takes medical marijuana and has been prescribed new psychotropic drugs that seem to be working. His ability to “emotionally regulate himself” has significantly improved.

The “Fine China” singer was arrested in October after he was accused of hitting a man, who claimed he was trying to get a photo with the star.



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19 Comments

  1. KayKay

    Chris needs to go away and re- group…get his life in order cuz shit keeps getting from bad to worse.

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    ..... alrite Reply:

    @KayKay, wtf u think hes doing right now?

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    divinebrown Reply:

    COURT ORDERED rehab….

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    Bx Reply:

    @KayKay, Well said KayKay

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    FormerlyFromTokyo Reply:

    @KayKay, Agreed. Many celebrities are so concerned with staying in the public eye and working because even if we look at this site ALONE people are quick to cry “irrelevant,” even when an artist is ACTUALLY WORKING. So…

    But if you try to fix a car with duct tape it’s not going to run that long or that far. Or at all. And that’s a problem that they run into. They still live the same lifestyle with no lasting improvements, so the cycle repeats itself. After a while it starts to mess with their business.

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  2. England

    So basically instead of tryna help him they just threw some pills at him, this happens a lot in America yes ??

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    Barack Reply:

    Sadly, Yes.

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    Hector Reply:

    @England, There is no help for Shit Brown. He’s nothing but a filthy parasite who needs to be exterminated.

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  3. nunofyobusiness

    this is what you get for thinking you are untouchable as a celebrity. It’s about time a court system finally caught up to him.

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  4. Bx

    I thought that was an old man standing next to his lawyer at first. So I guess he thought dressing like Uncle Ben was gonna woo the judge.

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    Raj Reply:

    @Bx, DEAD at “Uncle Ben!!!”

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    FormerlyFromTokyo Reply:

    @Bx, LMAO! That Uncle Ben swag. But he still hasn’t learned that “with great power comes great responsibility.”

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  5. Satisfied

    NO give him the weed back :( He gon be drugged up like they did Britney & looking dead in the eyes. I don’t like this. Yea, make him learn his lesson but ugh!

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    2bad2bme Reply:

    @Satisfied, lol yes…he will forget how to dance just like her a** lmao

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    Satisfied Reply:

    @2bad2bme, LBVS!!!

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    Vance Reply:

    @Satisfied, LOL at “give him the weed back.” You’re part of the problem.

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  6. Grant

    Just in time for the holidays …. hahahaahahaaha!!

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  7. Miszi

    It sucks they gave him pills instead of actual help. I know it’s easier but you’d expect a little more out of anger management facilities.

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    FormerlyFromTokyo Reply:

    @Miszi, Pills won’t solve the problem if his lifestyle doesn’t change. That’s the problem I have with medicating if it’s for something that a person really can control if they make, you know, actual effort.

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