Judge may sentence singer to time in jail.
Chris Brown's legal troubles are far from over. The singer has had his probation from his 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna revoked, TMZ reports. The motion came after the judge presiding over the case felt the recent assault charges filed against Breezy were sufficient to prove he has not been obeying all laws, which he is required to do under the terms of his probation.
The move could mean jail time for the F.A.M.E. singer pending a hearing set for February. The singer should still consider himself lucky, though, because he was not taken into custody today and because the judge is impressed with the progress he has made in his court-ordered anger management course.
According to the progress report presented to the court, Brown participates in a weekly boot camp and successfully completed a 12-hour ropes course "to enhance team-building skills and trust."
The clinical team at the rehabilitation center says Brown has been making progress and his new psychotropic drugs that seem to be working. He's been taken off medical marijuana, in accordance with a court mandate. The team says his ability to "emotionally regulate himself" has markedly improved.
Now, if Breezy can just stay out of trouble until February, he may finally get a chance at a clean slate.
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