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A California judge ordered Chris Brown to spend 90 days in a residential treatment facility for either drug treatment or anger management. The order came down during a probation status hearing just moments ago in a LA courtroom. Brown, 24, was also ordered to submit to periodic drug testing.

As you know there are rumors that Brown entered a drug rehab facility under the pretense that he was receiving therapy for anger management following his arrest for assaulting a fan in D.C. Brown's handlers denied the rumors, saying Brown was under a great deal of stress and he was not taking drugs. But a well-connected insider said Brown is addicted to drugs "real bad."

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Gossip blog TMZ.com reports that troubled singer Chris Brown was asked to leave a rehab facility after he flew into a violent rage during an anger management class. Brown is due back in an LA courtroom today for a hearing to update the judge on the progress of his probation stemming from his assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009. The judge will review the latest criminal charge against Brown for assaulting a fan in WAshington, D.C. The judge will determine if Brown;'s probation will be revoked and if Brown will serve his 4-year prison sentence behind bars.

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Troubled singer Chris Brown's attorney Mark Geragos responded angrily to allegations made by the Los Angeles County district attorney and prosecutors that Brown faked his community service paperwork.

The District Attorney's office is seeking to revoke singer Chris Brown's probation based on what they called "fraudulent" paperwork. According to documents filed by the DA's office, Brown filed reports claiming he was painting murals at a children's center and picking up trash in Virginia when he was actually on a plane to Cancun, Mexico.

"Apparently the district attorney's office has completely lost their minds," Geragos told the LA Times. "They are making scurrilous, libelous and defamatory statements and apparently have lost their ability to read their own reports."

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