Chris Brown Stuck In The Slammer For 131 More Days, Maybe

Christopher MauriceChrisBrown (born May 5, 1989) is an American recording artist, dancer, and actor. Born in Tappahannock, Virginia, he taught himself to sing and dance at a young age and was involved in his church choir and several local talent shows. It peaked at number two on the US Billboard 200 and was later certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.

The Chris Brown criminal case finally comes clear. Superior Court Judge James Brandlin  said The singer appeared before Los Angeles once again on last week Friday  and he faced a problems in jail, admitted that by getting arrested last year in Washington, D.C., he had violated the court rules, according to CNN.

 Mark Geragos, Brown’s lawyer reported that copping to the wrongdoings is a move in an effort to get the singer out of jail sooner. And accused a civil case from Brown’s 2009 charge of the beat of his girlfriend Rihanna.

Judge Brandlinsaid Brown accused, the case 365 days in jail for the D.C. misbehavior attack charges, but credited him with 234 days because of rehab disease  and he completes jail time. And he punished by the police since from the last two months.

Brown, 25, he benefits 131 more days left on jail punishment, but Geragos believes he will be released much sooner. “I would expect that Chris should be out of jail before the week ends up or before Monday,” the lawyer said. “If he isn’t out by Monday, then I would expect he’s got special treatment. He’s got over 230 days credit on a 365 (days sentence), and generally the sheriff is released on a lot less than that.”

The troubled star will still have to do community service three days a week, until he reaches 700 hours, but Geragos also said that Brown has actually “enjoyed” the service because it’s “at a facility that has allowed him to expand his horizons.” The attorney’s statement is pretty interesting; considering Brown was accused of falsifying the amount of hours he had performed on community service documents last year.

The news that Brown may be released very soon undoubtedly it is the happiest moment in his life. Who was reportedly “broken” when his trial date was delayed in late April after his bodyguard was found guilty on charges involving the D.C. assault.

Upon release, Brown will remain on probation until January 2015 and will be expected to attend anger management classes and submit to random drug tests, the judge said.

Still, Brown and his lawyer seem optimistic. “We’re satisfied that he was not sentenced to state prison, satisfied he’s still on probation,” said Geragos. “I think that Chris has learned quite a bit through this experience and I’m nervous to see how he does, as I think everybody else is.”

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