R&B singer, Chris Brown, is officially off his five years of probation he received in the assault case against his then-girlfriend, Rihanna. Now, he can legally travel outside of the country and tour, without the permission of the court, and he can put an ugly page in his life behind him. On Friday, Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin ruled that Breezy had completed his required amount of community service and stated that the felony case against Chris Brown was closed.
Chris Brown’s case could have gone the other way, had the probation department stuck with a recommendation that he should receive jail time. However, according to TMZ, the probation department decided against recommending that Brown be given time behind bars. Instead, TMZ reported that Brown’s proba...
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