Chris Brown Must Continue Supervised Probation [Details]

Rucuss staffFebruary 11, 2012

Chris Brown was in court in a bid to end his supervised probation early.

Brown’s attorney, Mark Geragos, had argued that his client should be allowed to finish supervised probation early, on account of good behavior. But Brown’s request was denied on Thursday. Judge George Lomeli ruled he must finish more hours of community service first. Chris has completed about half of the six months community service he was given.

Brown will continue to report to a probation officer in his home state in Virginia. Brown was sentenced to five years probation after pleading guilty to assaulting his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 and ordered to take domestic violence classes and complete six months of community service.

Brown has completed a yearlong domestic violence program, anger-management classes and about half of the community service he owes the court. He’s nominated this year for three Grammys, he’s slated to perform at the ceremony Sunday night in Los Angeles.


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