Chris Brown Sentenced to 131 Days in Jail
A little less of Chris Brown to go around this season - the rapper has been sentenced to spend the entire summer behind bars.
In court in Los Angeles on Friday (9 May), the singer admitted to violating his probation, served up during his 2009 assault trial, by getting into a fight outside a Washington DC hotel in October 2013, and he was sentenced to a year in jail.
However, Chris got credit for the 116 days he spent in rehab, seeking court-ordered treatment for anger management, and another 59 days he has been behind bars this year, which leaves a total of 131 days.
The R'n'B star was facing a four-year sentence, but the judge in the case agreed to take into account that the Kiss Kiss singer was recently diagnosed with bipolar disorder, which could account for some of the violence.
The judge also ordered him to attend therapy sessions twice a week, and he must submit to random drug testing three times a week.
Chris, who spent his birthday on 5 May behind bars earlier this week, also has an assault trial in Washington, DC looming in June. His bodyguard Christopher Hollosy has already been found guilty of attacking 20-year-old Parker Adams, who accused the minder and Brown of beating him up and breaking his nose in an unprovoked altercation in October 2013.
Brown has been behind bars since March 2014 after a judge sentenced him to jail time after he was dismissed from a rehab facility for breaking the clinic's rules.