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