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Judge revokes Chris Brown’s probation for assaulting man in Washington, DC
Since 2009, Chris Brown has had his fair share of battles and they have played out right in front of the media. Over the past four years, Chris Brown has done his best to overcome circumstances, but keeps meeting interference. Earlier this year, he was provoked by a man in Washington, DC and he ended up beating him.
Chris Brown checked himself into rehab after throwing a rock at his mother’s car and he’s been there since October. Although he is doing well, the judge advised him to not use medical marijuana anymore. He also ordered him perform 1,000 hours of community service from the Rihanna case.
Many worried for Chris Brown, as his probation appeared as if it would be violated following the incident. A few more situations occurred since then and it’s not looking good for Chris Brown. Now, the judge has made his ruling and he has revoked Chris Brown’s probation and he has to return to court on February 10 for the official ruling.