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Chris Brown will remain in rehab and continue his treatment after a Los Angeles judge turned down a prosecutor's motion on Monday, Feb. 3, to send the singer to jail.
Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin cited probation officials who reported that the singer has made progress in his rehabilitation program and the singer's good behavior.
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A Los Angeles judge revoked Chris Brown's probation on Monday, Dec. 16, due to an October arrest over an assault case and ordered the R&B singer to continue his anger management treatment.
No request was made by prosecutors for Brown to be sent to jail. He is accused of hitting a man outside a hotel in Washington, D.C. and must return there on Jan. 8 for a hearing over the matter. In November, a Los Angeles judge ordered the singer to complete 90 days of anger management treatment and 24 hours of community labor a week because he reportedly threw a rock through his mother's car window during a session he had attended as part of a voluntary stint
Chris Brown was ordered to 90 days of anger management treatment at a residential rehab facility during his probation hearing in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Nov. 20, OTRC.com has learned.
It was also reported that the 24-year-old singer was discharged from a rehab center where he was previously receiving treatment after throwing a rock through his mother's car window.
Chris Brown has checked out of rehab and will continue his anger management treatment as an outpatient, OTRC.com has learned.
The 24-year-old R&B star had entered an undisclosed facility in October after he was charged with misdemeanor assault following a confrontation with a man outside a hotel in Washington D.C. He pleaded not guilty.
A felony assault charge filed against Chris Brown following a weekend arrest over a confrontation with a man in Washington, D.C. has been reduced to a misdemeanor, while the R&B singer still faces another threat of a possible probation violation.
The 24-year-old singer was arraigned in court on Monday, Oct. 28. Police say Brown and his bodyguard got into an "altercation" with another man outside the W Hotel, some 700 yards from the White House, around 4:30 a.m. on Sunday. Both Brown and his bodyguard were charged with felony assault and jailed.
Chris Brown's probation was reinstated on Friday, Aug. 16, after a civil compromise was reached over a car crash case, but a judge also sentenced the R&B singer to 1,000 hours of community labor over a different matter.
The 24-year-old's probation, originally given over his 2009 assault of Rihanna, had been revoked after he was involved in a car accident in Los Angeles and was accused by the other driver of causing it and refusing to exchange insurance information. Brown's lawyer had denied any wrongdoing and said that he accidentally submitted the wrong data. A civil compromise was reached on Thursday.
A misdemeanor hit and run charge against Chris Brown has been dropped.
A Los Angeles judge announced on Thursday, Aug. 15, that a civil compromise had been reached, the Associated Press reported. The R&B singer was accused of rear-ending a car stopped at a red light in May and then refusing to give the female driver his insurance information. He says the two did exchange information but that he accidentally gave the wrong data.
Is Chris Brown quitting music?
The 24-year-old Grammy-winning R&B singer said on Twitter on Tuesday, Aug. 6: "Don't worry mainstream America. After this X album, it'll probably be my last album."
A lawyer for Chris Brown entered a plea of not guilty on the singer's behalf to a hit-and-run charge, a spokesman for the Los Angeles City attorney's office told KABC Television, OTRC.com's parent company, on Tuesday, July 23.
Two criminal charges were initially filed against Brown on June 25 in connection to a car accident in Toluca Lake on May 21.
Singer Chris Brown is facing legal trouble once again.
Two criminal charges were filed against the R&B singer on Tuesday, June 25 , the Los Angeles City Attorney's office confirmed to KABC Television, OTRC.com's parent company. The charges, which are in connection to a car accident on May 21, include a misdemeanor hit-and-run charge and driving without a valid license.
Chris Brown's new video for his single "Don't Think They Know" features the voice (and a projection) of the late singer Aaliyah.
The mostly black and white video opens with a quote that says, "Every two hours in America today a child dies of a gunshot wound." It is followed by, "Unity is what we are afraid of so fear is insanity, lets love each other." The quote is credited to "Not CB, just Christopher."
Chris Brown recently opened up about his relationship with singer Rihanna during an interview on "Today."
The 23-year-old performer, who is currently promoting his sixth studio album "X" and his single "Fine China," spoke to Matt Lauer on April 1. Brown was convicted of felony assault charges after attacking Rihanna in 2009, and spoke about his transformation and the pair's evolving relationship.