Chris Brown is a free man.
The R&B superstar has been in custody for more than two months after he was kicked out of a rehab facility, violating his probation in his infamous Feb. 2009 beating of then-gal-pal Rihanna.
The “Forever” singer was released from a facility in Los Angeles County at 12:01 a.m. Monday, Los Angeles Sheriff's deputy Tony Moore told the AP.
Brown tweeted upon his release, “Humbled and Blessed … Back to the Music and the Fans … Thank you GOD.”
As we previously reported, the “With You” singer last month was ordered by Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin to stay behind bars for an extra 131 days, taking into account various allowances for time served and good behavior.
The sentencing came in the wake of the Grammy-winner’s admission he was in a scuffle outside of a Washington, D.C. hotel, at which point the judge tacked the additional time onto his sentence.
Per the terms of the judge, the talented singer-dancer must finish about 800 hours of community labor upon his release.