TMZ reports that the 25-year-old met with attorney Marc Geragos first, before he headed over to the festivities. The rehab probably frowns at patients leaving treatment for parties but Brown was reportedly monitored by a facility employee the entire time, and didn't partake in any drinking.
Sources say he thought the Super Bowl party was a charity event, and only dropped in momentarily. The pit stop however was long enough for Breezy to pose for a photo that landed on Instagram, and be included in a short party video which Songz tweeted then deleted.
In court the next day, prosecutors argued that Brown be thrown in jail immediately for violating his probation stemming from an October altercation in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles Super Court Judge James Brandlin rejected the request, ruling that Brown finish out his 90-day anger management sentence.
The "Loyal" singer voluntarily checked himself into rehab after the D.C. incident. He was later kicked out for losing his cool and ordered to another center, where he has been since November.
It is not known if Brown will face any legal repercussions over the party.
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