Chris Brown's probation was revoked by a judge earlier today (Jan. 15) when it came to light that he made his way to a concert without approval, in addition to failing to complete his mandatory community service within the timeframe he was originally given.
Gunfire erupted at a West Hollywood nightclub in the early morning hours of Sunday, Aug. 24, where three people, including former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight, were hit and taken to the hospital for injuries as a result of the shooting.
Chris Brown has been released from jail, L.A. Sheriff Deputy Tony Moore announced today. The troubled singer, who turned 25 last month, was released just after midnight on Monday, June 2, after being locked up since the middle of March.
Chris Brown was sentenced to another 131 days in jail on Friday after admitting in court that he violated his probation. In October, the R&B singer confessed to getting in a physical altercation with a man outside a hotel in Washington D.C. The trial for the Breezy's D.C. assault case begins in June.