Chris Brown who has been in and out of rehab multiple times this past year alone has been ordered to remain in rehab for his anger-management. Fox news reported on March 1 that the young singer must remain in rehab, and then in two months he must return to court.
James Brandlin, Superior Court Judge, has scheduled for Chris Brown’s next court date to be April 23. This court date is purposely set after his brief assault trial that is occurring in Washington D.C. earlier on in the month. It has been asked by the prosecutors if Brown could be sent to jail due to his probation being violated during his arrest in October. Chris Brown remains on probation for the domestic violence with Rihanna in 2009, therefore violating that probation when he was accused of punching and breaking the nose of a man outside his hotel in October.
The attorney’s for Chris Brown have requested that the judge wait for the results of the trial in Washington before they hear any evidence on whether or not Brown should serve jail time. Towards the end of 2013, Chris Brown agreed to anger management after an incident with his mother leaving her with a broken windshield on her vehicle. His mother simply came for a visit to sit down with Chris about his rehab and to suggest him staying a little longer. This outraged Chris Brown and triggered him to throw a rock through her windshield.