During the hearing it was revealed that Brown completed 103 of the 180 court-ordered days of community service, all of which were completed in the state of Virginia.
The 22-year-old was represented by his attorney, Mark Geragos, who was told by Judge George Lomeli that Brown needed to contact the probation department on a regular basis.
The last time Brown contacted the probation department was October 3.
The court allowed Brown an order permitting him to travel out of country for a concert tour between December 5 and December 20, but permission from both California and Virginia is required.
California allowed the order, but it’s unsure if Virginia has signed the permit yet for him to leave the country.
Brown’s probation progress hearings stem from a 2009 incident when he pleaded guilty to felony assault of then-girlfriend Rihanna. He was sentenced to five years probation and six months of community service.
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