Chris Brown Ordered by Judge to Remain Behind Bars

By Hannah Aven Guarin | 4 years ago
Chris Brown Ordered by Judge to Remain Behind Bars
Chris Brown Performs at Supafest 3 Sydney, Australia 2012

 

The “Forever” singer Chris Brown may have been out of rehab but he is not behind bars as a Los Angeles judge claimed that he cannot stay out of trouble. Brown was arrested on Friday, March 14, 2014 after being discharged in the rehabilitation facility in Malibu, California. He is expected to stay in jail until April 23, 2014.

In a report from Reuters, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin stated that the singer was dismissed in the rehab because he has violated four house rules. Brown’s offenses include touching a female’s client elbow, declining to undergo a drug test, and making provocative statement. In a group session, Brown even mentioned that he was good with gun and knives.

A bit of flashback . . . Brown was put into rehab to receive treatment for anger management according to the Rolling Stone. It was a part of his probationary conditions regarding his assault with Rihanna in 2009. Brown was sentenced with five years of probation, 1,400 hours of community service, entered another rehab facility in Washington DC in October for punching a man on the sidewalk.

Meanwhile, Brown’s lawyer Mark Geragos argued that his client be made to wear a gray suit instead but was denied. “None of these things rises to the level, in my humble opinion, to be remanded into custody, He has the current prospect of sitting on ice for six weeks, which is longer than the standard probation violation,” said Geragos in the Reuters report.

While in court, an eyewitness shared to HollywoodLife.com what happened. The witness said that Brown’s mother, Joyce, was in tears when the judge ordered that her son was to be remanded to custody. Geragos comforted Joyce but she kept sobbing. The mother reportedly cannot bear looking at her child in an orange jumpsuit.

“Joyce was extremely distraught today in court, not being able to hold him, hug him, or give him a kiss in support,” said the eyewitness to the HollywodLife.com report. It added that Joyce was devastated that Brown could not go home or at least return to the rehab to continue his treatment.

In a report from Reuters, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin stated that the singer was dismissed in the rehab because he has violated four house rules. Brown’s offenses include touching a female’s client elbow, declining to undergo a drug test, and making provocative statement. In a group session, Brown even mentioned that he was good with gun and knives.

A bit of flashback . . . Brown was put into rehab to receive treatment for anger management according to the Rolling Stone. It was a part of his probationary conditions regarding his assault with Rihanna in 2009. Brown was sentenced with five years of probation, 1,400 hours of community service, entered another rehab facility in Washington DC in October for punching a man on the sidewalk.

Meanwhile, Brown’s lawyer Mark Geragos argued that his client be made to wear a gray suit instead but was denied. “None of these things rises to the level, in my humble opinion, to be remanded into custody, He has the current prospect of sitting on ice for six weeks, which is longer than the standard probation violation,” said Geragos in the Reuters report.

While in court, an eyewitness shared to HollywoodLife.com what happened. The witness said that Brown’s mother, Joyce, was in tears when the judge ordered that her son was to be remanded to custody. Geragos comforted Joyce but she kept sobbing. The mother reportedly cannot bear looking at her child in an orange jumpsuit.

J”oyce was extremely distraught today in court, not being able to hold him, hug him, or give him a kiss in support,” said the eyewitness to the HollywodLife.com report. It added that Joyce was devastated that Brown could not go home or at least return to the rehab to continue his treatment.

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