Chris Brown Pleads Guilty To Probation Violation; Gets 131 Days In Jail; Sentence Reduced For Time Served
Good news and bad news for the singer Chris Brown. During a probation revocation hearing, Chris Brown openly admitted in court that the pending assault charges in Washington D.C. is in fact a clear behavioral violation of his probation, extending from the Rihanna case.
Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin sentenced the singer to one year in county jail, but reduced the sentence to 131 days for time served. The eight months Chris Brown has spent in rehab and in jail, will count toward his one year. So the singer will have to serve 131 additional days before his release– a little more than four months. Plus he will have to finish 1,000 hours of community service following his release. Hopefully, Breezy will get the celebrity justice like Lindsay Lohan, and only have to serve a small portion his remaining time.
A part of me feels for him because the world has branded him as a monster, but the other part of me knows he’s had so many chances to straighten himself out. I expect to see a changed and more humble Chris Brown when he returns, one who also realizes that therapy is necessary for a healthier life. I really want this to be a success story, and not another celebrity statistic. #TeamBreezy