Chris Brown Sentenced to 90 Days In Rehab For Anger Management (DETAILS)

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UPDATE: 6:30PM EST

TMZ reports:

Chris Brown was booted from his rehab program earlier this month for throwing a rock through his mom’s car window … TMZ has learned.

We just got hold of the probation report in the Rihanna case, which outlines what happened during his 13 days in a Malibu rehab joint for anger management counseling.

According to the report, Chris’ mom showed up for a family session and was urging her son to stay in the facility for extended treatment.  Apparently, Chris violently disagreed with her and in a fit of anger threw a rock through her car window, shattering it.

The report goes on to say without continued therapy and a strong recovery support network, Probation says his prognosis is “very guarded.”

And here’s an interesting detail from the report: before Chris entered rehab on October 29th, he says he had issues with Attention Deficit Disorder and also underwent a period of depression.

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UPDATE: 5:40 PM EST

Chris Brown was just sentenced to 90 day in rehab, according to TMZ.

Brown and his lawyer, Mark Geragos, were just in court for a progress report in the Rihanna beating case.  TMZ broke the story … the Probation Dept. notified the judge that Brown flew into yet another violent rage while he was in a Malibu rehab joint for anger management, and was thrown out of the facility after only 2 weeks.  The Probation Dept. recommended live-in anger management rehab.

The judge agreed with Probation, and ordered Brown to check into a facility for 90 days, and the facility must be in L.A. County and approved by Probation.

The judge is letting Chris juggle his criminal cases and will let him fly to D.C. for court hearings on his criminal assault case.

Brown must also submit to drug testing at the rehab facility.  He must also take any prescriptions recommended by the rehab place.

The judge also wants a report on the D.C. incident … something that could result in Chris getting his probation yanked in the Rihanna case … which could then result in prison time.

Watch video of Chris arriving to the court above.

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UPDATE: 3:00 PM EST

According to TMZ, the district attorney will attempt to put Chris Brown behind bars during his scheduled probation hearing, using evidence that the singer went into a violent rage earlier this month while in rehab for his anger issues.

Sources familiar with the situation tell TMZ … the L.A. County Probation Dept. is submitting information to the judge today about the incident, along with the criminal assault charge in Washington, D.C.  We’re told the Probation Dept will ask the judge to order Chris into a live-in anger management program for a period of months.

Our sources say the D.A. isn’t as forgiving and will ask the judge during today’s progress hearing in the Rihanna beating case to revoke his probation and send him to jail — as early as today.

The hearing is set for 5 p.m. EST

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On Wednesday, Chris Brown will appear in a Los Angeles courtroom to face a judge and discuss the 2009 Rihanna incident that left him on probation and with thousands of community service hours to complete.

During the court appearance, Breezy will update the judge on his probation stemming from the attack. It will be the first time Brown has appeared in court since he was arrested last month following a scuffle in Washington D.C.

According to the Associated Press:

A 20-year-old man accused Brown of punching him after he tried to get in a photo with the R&B singer.

Brown denied to police that he hit the man but was charged with misdemeanor assault.

Since then, the Grammy-winner has entered and left rehab for anger management treatment.

Brown’s probation for assaulting Rihanna was briefly revoked this summer after a hit-and-run incident. He was also ordered to redo 1,000 hours of community service because there were questions about whether he actually completed his initial penalty.

If Chris Brown is found guilty regarding the incident in Washington D.C., his probation will be revoked. He could spend up to four years in prison.

We’ll keep you updated on the latest.

SOURCE: AP

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