Chris Brown, 24, was ordered by a judge to rehab for 90 days, complete 24 hours a week of community labor and undergo periodic drug tests after getting kicked out of anger-management rehab after he threw a rock through his mom's car window. Brown lost his temper during a family therapy session in which his mother disagreed with his plans to shorten his stay due to limited phone access.
The judge granted a prosecutor's request for a supplemental probation report on Brown's recent arrest in Washington, D.C. court on a misdemeanor assault charge. The Washington, D.C. charge could have implications in Los Angeles if a judge determines Brown violated probation in his conviction for the 2009 felony assault in Los Angeles County.
As part of his sentence, Brown has to complete an anger-management course and extensive community service. Brown must work three 8-hour shifts of community labor each week and is ordered to take medication prescribed by his doctor.