Although his probation was revoked on a previous violation, only to be reinstated and extended, Brown has found himself in deep waters once again.
The judge felt the singer’s more recent offense was, in fact, a violation of that probation. Fortunately for Brown, because of his current stint in rehab for anger management, the judge was impressed with his progress and did not order him to be taken into custody.
He was also denied the use of medical marijuana, once more, for an undisclosed illness.
As for Brown’s progress report, TMZ.com has learned, the singer participates in a weekly boot camp and has successfully completed a 12-hour rope course that “enhances team-building skills and trust.”
His progress report also suggests his ability to “emotionally regulate himself” has improved.
The judge has scheduled a February 2014 hearing to make a decision on his probation violation stemming from his DC arrest. He may even be forced serve time in jail, this time around.
We wish the singer well.