A Los Angeles judge on Monday revoked troubled singer Chris Brown's probation in the 2009 Rihanna assault case. The judge cited the assault charge that was filed against Brown in Washington D.C. on Oct. 27. But the judge didn't immediately remand Brown into custody as Brown is reportedly "doing well" in a court-ordered anger management program in Malibu, CA.
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When troubled singer Chris Brown hurled a rock through his mother's car window earlier this week he didn't care if the rock injured her or caused her to lose control of her car. Brown was outraged because his mom, Joyce Hawkins, suggested that he remain in treatment at a rehab center.
This is not the first time Brown has lashed out at his own mother. Industry insiders have whispered about Brown abusing his own mother for years.
Brown's violent behavior stems from his anger and rage toward her for not protecting him from his violent father as a boy. In an interview with MTV's Sway, Brown recalled watching his mother suffer abuse at the hands of his father. He told Sway that watching the abuse heaped upon his mother was "an influence in me about how to treat a woman."
"I used to always feel the hate for anybody that disrespected a lady. Or called a lady the B-word ... or just disrespected her."
But the family history of abuse had the opposite affect on young Chris.
On Wednesday a Los Angeles judge ordered troubled singer Chris Brown back into rehab for 3 months after court documents revealed he threw a rock through his mother's car window.
A report from the unnamed rehab facility in Malibu, Calif., disclosed that Brown became outraged during an anger management session with his mother, Joyce Hawkins, who suggested that he remain in rehab a little longer.
Brown, 24, followed his mother out of the facility, picked up a rock and threw it through her window as she drove away from the facility. Brown was kicked out of the facility earlier this week for violating a rule prohibiting him from displaying violent behavior.
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."
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.
There's a vicious rumor going around the blogs that singer Chris Brown is addicted to the same drugs that nearly destroyed his ex-girlfriend Rihanna's career. Rumor has it that Brown's camp forced him into drug rehab to clean his system of the drugs before he was required to take a urine test for his probation officer.
Welp, that didn't take long. Troubled singer Chris Brown checked himself out of rehab earlier today, TMZ.com reports.
Brown, who was arrested in D.C. for assaulting a fan nearly 3 weeks ago, entered rehab for anger management issues. At the time, Brown said he was willing to spend 3 months in rehab. But Brown lasted only 16 days.
Coincidentally, Brown launched his new backpack collection today as well.
Troubled singer Chris Brown launched a new backpack collection from his room at a rehab facility in Malibu, where he is being treated for his explosive anger issues.
Brown teamed up with Sprayground to launch a limited edition of 3 camouflage backpacks. Brown's “Invasion Capsule Collection” features winged backpacks designed by Brown in 3 colors: Pink camo, Hunter grey camo and Woodland camo. The backpacks retail for $100.
Troubled singer Chris Brown will probably spend the next 3 months in a Malibu, Calif. rehab facility learning to manage his anger issues that stem from his childhood growing up with an abusive father and an emotionally stunted mother.
There has been no firm decision on the expected length of Brown's rehab stay, but an insider close to the 24-year-old singer's camp tells gossip blog TMZ that Brown himself is open to staying in rehab as long as 3 months.
Troubled singer Chris Brown checked himself into a drug rehab facility in hopes of convincing a California judge that he should not be held responsible for his criminal actions.
The LA Times reports that Brown, 24, checked into rehab a day after his charge for feloniously assaulting a man was reduced to a misdemeanor assault.
"Chris Brown has elected to enter a rehab facility," a representative for the singer said in a statement Tuesday. "His goal is to gain focus and insight into his past and recent behavior, enabling him to continue the pursuit of his life and his career from a healthier vantage point."
Rehab probably won't do Brown any good. Brown's antisocial problems stems from his lack of parental love and guidance as a boy, which caused him to mistrust adults and withdraw from society at large.