Chris Brown Probation REVOKED (VIDEO)
Chris Brown’s probation — stemming from the infamous Rihanna assault — was revoked on Monday. The L.A. District Attorney sought the revocation, claiming the singer violated his probation after an alleged hit-and-run last May during which he supposedly didn’t hand over proper driver’s license and insurance information to the other motorist.
Brown has contended he presented the other driver with valid documentation, and did not violate the law. He was not happy on Monday following the D.A.’s filing. The rapper tweeted, “I did everything I was suppose to do during the so called hit n run, I provided the correct info. There were no injuries or damages. C’mon!”
Brown, who could face up to four years behind bars, was not taken into custody. Instead, he has an August court date during which a judge will decide whether or not he violated his probation. A rep for Brown tells Gossip Cop, “The lawyer for the driver in the hit and run case clearly specified that his client did not want to press charges, that any damage was ‘negligible’ and that Chris did identify himself at the scene and that she was given all of the appropriate insurance information.”
The singer’s spokesperson added that the case is likely to be dismissed by next week, after which Brown’s probation will be “reinstated on the same terms and conditions” as it was prior to the incident. We will continue to update.