Chris is devastated that a judge revoked his probation on July 15, and now HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned the singer isn’t eating. Keep reading for all the EXCLUSIVE details!
Chris Brown is in deep trouble with the law, and to make matters worse, now his health is potentially at risk. After a judge revoked his probation on July 15 following an alleged hit-and-run accident last May, the singer is having trouble digesting the news. HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned Breezy hasn’t eaten since his probation was revoked.
Chris Brown Court Hearing — Breezy Hasn’t Eaten Since Probation Revocation
A source close to the 24-year-old “Fine China” singer tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that the verdict has put Chris is a very bad mood.
“He doesn’t get what just happened because he didn’t do sh**,” the source reveals. “He’s out of it. Dude ain’t ate all day.”
But our source tells HollywoodLife.com that Chris’ friends are looking out for him and trying to lift his spirits.
“They’re all telling him not to worry,” says the source. “They are there for him, and they got his back and are holding the night down for now.”
Chris Brown Probation Revoked, But Case Should Still Be Dismissed
Chris was originally put on probation when he physically assaulted then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
We told you Chris was in a Los Angeles court for the hit-and-run case on July 15, and the verdict didn’t go the way he wanted it to.
A judge revoked Breezy’s probation, which could send the R&B star to prison for four years, according to TMZ.
The good news for Chris is that he was not immediately taken into police custody. He was released on his own recognizance, with the expectation he will return to court on a later date in August. At that time, the judge will officially decide whether Chris violated his probation.
Chris’ reps said that the case will probably be dismissed next week, with his probation reinstated on the same terms and conditions.
His reps said in a statement to HollywoodLife:
“This morning in court in Van Nuys, the lawyer for the driver in the hit and run case clearly specified that his client did not want to press charges, that any damage was “negligible,” that Chris did identify himself at the scene, and that she was given all of the appropriate insurance information. We are hopeful that the case will be dismissed next week. Based on this new charge, as required by law, Judge Brandlin, who is supervising Mr. Brown’s probation, is required to revoke Chris’ probation. However, once the Van Nuys case is dismissed, we expect this matter to be resolved and his probation to be reinstated on the same terms and conditions. Chris was released on his own recognizance today by both judges.”
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