According to TMZ, Chris Brown’s probation has just been revoked.
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.
UPDATE: July 15, 2013 4:40 PM EST
According to TMZ, the L.A County District Attorney has filed legal documents asking the judge who presided over the Rihanna beating affair to revoke his probation. If they succeed, Brown could be behind bars for four years.
Weirdly enough, the lawyer for the victim of the hit-and-run, which is the reason the D.A has made the above request, will support Brown against the D.A’s allegations. The victim does not want Brown in prison.
Chris Brown will not be prosecuted for the alleged hit-and-run that occurred in May.
Who does the singer have to thank for that? The victim.
Yep, Olga Gure-Kovalenko has stated she will not press charges. Her lawyer explains that since she was uninjured and the damage to the car was minor, she is not seeking monetary compensation.
The L.A City Attorney is not feeling so generous, however.
They have yet to drop the case, and are taking time to consider action. As Brown was driving without a valid California license, he could be punished. Most importantly, this hiccup could be seen as a probation violation from the Rihanna beating case, and he could go to jail for up to 4 years.
Yikes! Good luck Breezy.