Chris Brown’s stint in anger management rehab didn’t go so well. He was kicked out after only two weeks for violent behavior.

Brown’s attorney, Mark Geragos, took him to a Malibu treatment facility on October 30, after his client was charged with assault for allegedly punching a man in the face while in Washington, D.C.

On November 10, Brown was visited by his mother, Joyce Hawkins, for a family counseling session. Hawkins wanted her son to remain in treatment. The singer became angry, walked outside and shattered a window on his mother’s car by throwing a rock through it, according to the L.A. Times.

Nobody was injured, but the facility sent Brown packing.

Geragos and Brown appeared in a Los Angeles court today for a probation progress report stemming from Rihanna’s 2009 felony assault. The Probation Department recommended live-in anger management for the singer and the judge agreed.

Brown was ordered to check into an anger management facility for 90 days. The facility must be in L.A. County and approved by the Probation Department.

Breezy also has to perform 24 hours of community service a week while in rehab, undergo periodic drug testing and take any medication prescribed by the rehab facility.

Still hanging over Brown’s head is the Washington, D.C. case. He pleaded not guilty last month to a misdemeanor assault charge. He will be allowed to attend court proceeding there. The L.A. judge wants to be updated on the case. Depending on how that goes, Brown could have his probation revoked and be sent to jail.


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