He's been jailed since March, and Chris Brown will remain there until at least June, as his assault trial, which was supposed to begin today (April 23), was postponed until June.
The rap star was charged in Washington, DC with attacking a man outside of the W Hotel last October.
Starting off his week with legal proceedings, Chris Brown headed to court for the beginning of his trial on Monday (April 21).
Earlier today, his bodyguard Christopher Hollosy was found guilty of misdemeanor assault. Chris will go on trial for the same crime this afternoon.
He's still in the slammer due to his laundry list of legal troubles, but that isn't stopping Chris Brown from staying fresh in the public eye.
On Monday (April 14), the "Don't Wake Me Up" singer's camp released a video of Chris showing off his dance moves to his upcoming duet with Ariana Grande, "Don't Be Gone Too Long."
Currently en route to his Washington DC trial, Chris Brown now apparently faces a prison sentence for his alleged assault of a man near the W Hotel in October 2013.
TMZ reportedly obtained legal documents filed by prosecutors, stating that they have taken the case to the grand jury, believing there is sufficient evidence to support felony charges.
Following his arrest after being removed from his stint in rehab, Chris Brown is reportedly being transported by federal marshals to Washington, DC to stand trial for his assault charges.
TMZ reported that the 24-year-old performer was removed from prison today (April 3), and his journey to the nation’s capital from California may take until the weekend to complete.
It’s been a rough season for Chris Brown, as he’s been stuck in the slammer since March 14th and won’t get out until his hearing on April 17th.
However, the “Don’t Wake Me Up” singer is so dedicated to his fans that he called on/off girlfriend Karrueche Tran in order to deliver a message.
He’s been desperately trying all kinds of legal gymnastics to get out of trouble, but nothing seems to be working out for Chris Brown.
The “Kiss Kiss” singer unsuccessfully petitioned the judge to dismiss his assault charges from last year’s run-in with a paparazzo and next month he’ll travel to our Nation’s Capital.
Given his extensive history with the legal system, Chris Brown knows a thing or two about how things work.
And the “Don’t Wake Me Up” singer has submitted a motion for dismissal with regard to the misdemeanor assault charge he acquired after a supposed fracas with a man in Washington DC in 2013.
He’s been in jail for the past 10 days after getting kicked out of rehab, but that’s not stopping Chris Brown from dominating the pop music realm.
The “Don’t Wake Me Up” singer’s fans woke up to a new music video for his single “Loyal” today (March 24) and it’s chock full of attitude.
Fed up with his behavior, a Judge denied Chris Brown's bid for release from jail after getting kicked out of rehab on Friday (March 14).
Previously, the "Don't Judge Me" singer was ordered to stay in rehab pending his probation violation case.