Let’s hope I can get this straight, I’m running on two hours of sleep, and I still have the Trayvon Martin verdict playing out in my head.
Chris Brown’s probation has been revoked, not over fighting, or breaking windows in a studio, but over a fender-bender. The judge obviously didn’t believe Chris Brown’s side, even with supporting evidence, and has decided to revoke his probation stemming from the Rihanna assault. Chris Brown hasn’t been taken into custody, but will have to appear in court in August to find out his fate.
More details when you continue…
2:30 PM PT – The judge just REVOKED Chris Brown’s probation, but the singer was not taken into custody. Instead, Brown has been released on his own recognizance, and was ordered to appear in court in August when the judge will determine whether he violated his probation.
In the meantime, Brown will have a chance to respond to the L.A. County D.A.’s allegations that he violated his probation.
Brown’s attorney Mark Geragos is expected to be hosting a news conference outside his office in a few moments. [Source]
How can you revoke a probation if you haven’t determined it was violated? Breezy needs to call in a favor to the mayor’s office STAT.
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