A judge revoked
The R&B singer made a brief appearance Monday in a downtown Los Angeles courthouse, where a judge found that he violated the terms of his probation by being arrested in October for a misdemeanor assault charge in
But Brandlin said he was pleased with Brown's progress and was disinclined to take the singer into custody.
The terms of his five-year probation require that he obey all laws. But the singer has struggled to comply.
After his arrest in the nation's capital, he entered a treatment program for anger management. In November, Brown was kicked out of the program after he threw a rock through his mother's car window, according to a probation report.
According to the report, Brown has
The incident occurred Nov. 10 during a family counseling session, when his mother said she wanted him to remain in treatment, records show. Brown allegedly walked outside and threw a rock through her car window, which shattered. No one was hurt.
The treatment center immediately expelled him for violent behavior, according to a letter in the probation report.
In a recent probation report, Brown acknowledged that he suffered from
In addition to treatment, Brown is working three eight-hour shifts of community labor each week.