Chris Brown

Chris Brown's Probation Revoked

Chris Brown's Probation RevokedChris Brown's probation has been revoked by a Los Angeles judge this Monday. However, thesinger will not be facing jail time.

The R&B artist was arrested in October for felony assault after allegedly punching a man, who was trying to get a picture with the singer. Although Brown pled not guilty to the misdemeanor assault, which left the 20-year-old man with a broken nose, he voluntarily served a two-week stay in a rehabilitation facility for anger management.

The judge ordered Brown to complete a 90-day substance abuse and anger management program in November, as well. This Monday, the 24-years-old Grammy-winning singer was released without a bail, being also congratulated for “doing well” in the program.

Chris is due in court in Washington D.C. on Jan. 8 for a status hearing on his misdemeanor assault charge. The singer was sentenced to five years' probation, community labor and domestic violence counseling in 2009 after assaulting his former girlfriend, Rihanna.

Since then, Brown has been involved in highly publicized altercations with the R&B singer Frank Ocean in a parking lot in West Hollywood, and the Canadian recording artist, Drake, in a New York nightclub.

Brown's next progress hearing in Los Angeles is set for February 10.