Chris Brown Ordered Back To Rehab For 2 Months
A Los Angeles judge has determined that the best possible solution for Chris Brown to deal with his anger issues and bipolar disorder is that he return to his cushy Malibu resort rehabilitation center.
Brown seemed disappointed by the decision, although his three months of therapy may have helped him handle the stress in court. He closed his eyes and appeared to meditate for about five minutes while his lawyer, Mark Geragos, met privately with the judge and prosecutor.
“Mr. Brown is able to use behavioral strategies to manage acting out on impulses,” the director of his rehab program wrote in a letter to the court. “Mr. Brown is teaming relaxation exercises that will reduce consequent impulsive behaviors.”
Although Brown’s probation officer reported the singer “continues to make great improvement” in dealing with anger, stress and drugs, the judge decided during a hearing Friday he can’t go free yet. He has to be tried on an assault charge in Washington first.
Brown was first ordered to rehab back in October 2013 where he only completed a couple of weeks of his mandatory three-month stay. He also made headlines in the treatment facility for throwing a rock at this mother’s car when he became frustrated with her advice on his wayward behavior.