Chris Brown Probation Revoked -- NOT Going To Jail
Chris Brown's probation has been formally revoked by a judge in a Los Angeles courtroom on Monday afternoon, but he won't be going to jail, RadarOnline.com is reporting.
Judge James Brandlin decided not to send the Grammy Award-winning singer to jail for violating terms of his probation for his felony conviction of beating former girlfriend, Rihanna, and decided to allow him to remain in treatment for anger management issues.
The judge revoked Brown's probation after he was arrested last month in Washington D.C. for getting into a fight.
Brown was released on his own recognizance and ordered back to rehab after the judge determined he was making significant progress in treatment.
He was ordered not to smoke marijuana, and will be allowed to travel to Washington on Jan. 8 for his first court appearance in that case.
Mark Geragos was with Brown in court and is expected to represent him in the Washington D.C. case.