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Chris Brown is bipolar: Rehab does an amazing bit of analysis

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According to a March 1 article on MSN.com, when Chris Brown appeared in court in Los Angeles on Friday, his rehab facility presented an amazing analysis that explained his erratic behavior. His most recent incident involved allegedly assaulting another man in Washington, D.C., after which he checked himself into rehab. Fortunately, the very astute mental health professionals at the facility determined that Chris Brown is bipolar.

This means, among many other things, that he suffers from mood swings. The question is how long it took them to figure that out.

Brown was also determined to be suffering from severe insomnia and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Apparently, he was also doing some "inappropriate self-medicating." These things supposedly explain his behavior.

The facility also spoke well of how he is approaching his community service sentence. They told the court that he had tested negative for drugs the whole time he was in rehab, but, of course, isn't that the whole point of a rehab facility?

Brown was ordered to remain there for two more months.

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