Chris Brown Probation Revoked
A judge has revoked singer Chris Brown’s probation, due to an October arrest in Washington. Brown who is already in a court-ordered residential rehab program, will not be going to jail.
According to a probation report, Brown has an anger-management problem, as well as drug abuse issues. Since pleading guilty to beating up singer Rihanna on the eve of the Grammy’s in 2009, the singer has been on felony probation. Judge James Brandlin will decide in February if Brown will be ordered to complete his sentence in prison instead of probation.
Brown still has to complete the 1,000 hours of work that is still remaining in his punishment for attacking Rihanna.
He leaves the new rehab center three days a week and works eight hour shifts of community labor.
In order to meet the deadline for completing the labor, Brown will have to work on community labor three days of every week until August.