A judge feels Chris Brown needs more time in rehab, and on Wednesday ordered the singer to immediately return to a residential treatment facility for three months.
Rapper Chris Brown has had to check out of a Malibu rehab facility so he can perform his court-ordered community service.TMZ reports Brown left a facility treating him for anger management, which he had entered 16 days ago following a reported altercation in Washington D.C.
Rapper Chris Brown has entered rehab following his assault arrest early Sunday morning.
Chris Brown appeared calm in cuffs and leg irons at an arraignment in Washington D.C. on Monday, reports WUSA9 TV. The singer had been in custody since an assault arrest early Sunday morning.
Singer Chris Brown was arrested early Sunday morning on a felony assault charge after he allegedly punched a man outside a hotel.
Law enforcement released a statement saying that Chris and the man got into an argument around 4:30 AM outside the W Hotel in Washington D.C. According to TMZ sources, Brown punched the guy in the face, but the man never hit him back.
Hip-hop artist Chris Brown suffered a seizure at the Record Plant in Hollywood.
TMZ reports paramedics rushed to a recording studio early Friday morning after receiving the call, but the singer was not transported to a hospital.
Hip-hop artist Chris Brown tweeted some cryptic messages on Tuesday, indicating he may not make any more albums after his latest, “X,” is released.
Rapper Chris Brown wants to set the record straight in his alleged hit-and-run case.
Brown’s lawyer entered a plea of not guilty during a hearing on Tuesday in a Van Nuys, California courtroom, and the singer will be officially booked so he can appear before the judge.
A rep for Brown told “Extra,” “Two counts against Chris Brown were dismissed yesterday in relation to the hit-and-run charge, to which Chris pleaded not guilty. In order for the charge to be heard by a judge, Chris has to be officially booked. We expect this charge to be dismissed as well, as the lawyer for the driver in this case clearly specified that his client did not want to press charges.”