Judge Orders Chris Brown To Remain In Rehab For An Additional Two Months
Chris Brown is ordered back to rehab until the verdict of the D.C. case is rendered.
A Los Angeles judge has reportedly asked Chris Brown to return to anger management rehab for two more months.
According to New York Daily News, this past Friday (February 28) Brown was ordered back to rehab in the midst of a hearing he attended yesterday concerning whether he violated his parole for an alleged assault of a Washington, D.C. man last October. The judge made the order for him to serve until the verdict of the D.C. case is rendered.
The judgement comes as somewhat of a surprise as the singer had been receiving positive staff responses over his progress in rehab. The rehab program's director sent a letter to the court assessing Brown's progress. In it, it says Chris Brown is "able to use behavioral strategies to manage acting out on impulses" and "teaming relaxation exercises that will reduce consequent impulsive behaviors." Breezy tweeted recently, possibly in response to learning about his new situation.
Never really goes the way u plan. #LIFE— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) February 28, 2014
Chris Brown entered rehab in October of 2013 for anger management and drug abuse issues. He was released from jail on October 27, 2013, regarding the alleged assault in Washington, D.C. and the felony assault charge that followed he was reduced from felony to a misdemeanor.