Chris Brown's Probation Revoked
Chris Brown is also ordered not to use medical marijuana anymore.
The judge believes the criminal complain in D.C. proves Brown has not obeyed all laws, a requirement of his probation.
Brown was not taken into custody, according to tmz.com, because of progress he's made while in anger management rehabilitation. The judge is set to hold a hearing in February and could sentence Brown to prison time then.
Brown was also ordered not to use medical marijuana, according to tmz.com. He has reportedly been making progress using psychotropic drugs, which have improved his ability to "emotionally regulate himself," according to progress report documents published by tmz.com.
In October, Brown was allegedly involved in a fight in Washington D.C. when he was approached by two women who wanted to take a picture with him. When two men attempted to get in the photograph as well, Brown allegedly used a slur towards gay people before punching the alleged victim.
The singer is facing a misdemeanor assault charge from the incident.
Brown has reportedly said that he did not punch the alleged victim. Instead, Brown has reportedly said that his bodyguard handled the matter on his own. Conflicting police reports have also been filed regarding the first punch thrown.