With a potential four-year prison sentence looming over his head, Chris is worried he’ll actually do time behind bars! However, the singer is playing it cool and putting on a brave face, a source tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively.
Chris Brown’s Probation Revoked — Singer Puts On Brave Face
“[Chris] says he isn’t worried,” a source close the the 24-year-old singer tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively, but insists Chris is “nervous and putting on a brave face” about the pending outcome of his probation violation.
“Nobody wants somebody else in charge of their future, especially not a judge,” the source continues. “His lawyers [are] saying everything is cool and once this s*** gets dropped with this hit-and-run thing, everything will go back to normal, probation and all. But damn, anything can happen with the courts and he’s Chris Brown and people don’t like when you’re young, rich, and famous.”
Chris Brown Parties At Playboy Mansion
Hours after a Los Angeles judge revoked Chris’ probation on July 15, the R&B star and a group of friends went out on the town and hit up the Playboy Mansion for a night of fun.
“It’s a lot for him to think about and that’s why he went out last night,” our source says. “He’s got a whole month to think about what the f*** is going to happen, so might as well have a little fun until then.”
Chris Brown Could Face Four Years In Prison
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Chris could be facing an unfortunate fate of four years in jail after a judge in Los Angeles revoked his probation (for his 2009 assault on Rihanna), stemming from a hit-and-run incident last May. But on the bright side, the X artist’s PR team is giving him a vote of confidence, saying they’re hopeful the case will likely be dismissed next week, with his probation reinstated on the same terms.
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