The Los Angeles judge who presided over the Rihanna beating case has just revoked Chris Brown’s probation and he may be staring at serious prison time, according to reports.
The L.A. County Probation Department had launched an investigation stemming from Brown’s arrest in October for allegedly assaulting a fan in Washington, D.C. They forwarded their findings to the judge, who has since found enough cause to revoke his probation since Breezy has not obeyed all laws, a condition required in order to stay out of prison.
Brown was not remanded into custody because the judge was impressed by his progress in his anger management rehab. The judge will hold a hearing on the matter in February, and it’s possible he could sentence Brown to prison.
The judge also banned Brown from even using medical marijuana until further notice.
TMZ was able to get ahold of Brown’s progress report from his anger management program, which states the following:
- Brown has successfully completed a 12-hour ropes course “to enhance team-building skills and trust.” ;
- The clinical team says his new psychotropic drugs that seem to be working;
- Brown has been taken off medical marijuana;
- The team says his ability to “emotionally regulate himself” has markedly improved.