Chris Brown Ordered to Remain in Jail [Details]
Rucuss staffMarch 18, 2014
Chris Brown must remain behind bars until April 23 after a judge denied his lawyer’s request for release.
The Loyal singer was arrested last Friday after getting kicked out of a Malibu rehab facility where he was being treated for anger management. According to TMZ, Brown was kicked out of rehab after he violated a rule to stay at least two feet away from women in the facility.
Brown also initially refused a drug test, but later agreed to take one. He also made negative comments about rehab during a group session.
On Monday, Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin ordered Brown to stay in rehab, while he decided whether the singer violated his probation in the Rihanna assault case.
The judge said Brown had an “inability to stay out of trouble” and was especially troubled at a statement Brown made at rehab. He reportedly said, “I am good at using guns and knives.”
Brandlin wants him to remain in jail until a Washington D.C. jury decides if he committed criminal assault during an incident that took place outside the W hotel in D.C. The case goes to trial on April 17.
The L.A. judge will hold a probation violation hearing on April 23. If Brown is convicted in D.C., he could potentially be sentenced to four years in prison for violating probation.
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