Chris is taking yet another blow like a champ! He’s telling his friends he’s not upset that a judge has slapped him with two more months of mandatory anger management rehab, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Chris Brown knows a thing or two about setbacks. So after a judge sentenced him to two more months in a rehabilitation center on Feb. 28, Breezy is rising to the occasion and taking it as an opportunity to show how much he’s already grown in rehab, HollywoodLife.com is EXCLUSIVELY reporting.
Chris Brown In More Rehab: He’s Not Sweating Additional Two Months Of Treatment
The 24-year-old “Don’t Judge Me” singer was so close to putting his anger management treatment behind him — that is, until a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ordered him to return to the rehab facility where he had just completed a 90-day stint for anger management.
Chris’ legal woes are far from over. The singer still has to go to court and stand trial for an assault charge stemming from an incident in October, 2013 in Washington, D.C. After that happens, a judge will decide if Chris violated his probation in the Rihanna assault case and determine whether he should be sentenced to jail.
But even with all his troubles with the law, Chris is being surprisingly upbeat and taking the bad news in stride.
“He’s going through some serious sh*t and he wants all his legals troubles to just go the f**k away,” a source close to the R&B star revealed EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife.com. “It’s hard for him, he’s hurting. He’s got [two more months] of anger management to do and that’s fine. But this whole D.C. thing is looming over his head and he feels like there’s no end in sight.”
Chris Brown Preparing For D.C. Trial
Fortunately for Chris, there actually is an end in sight, and that day is April 17. That’s the date a D.C. judge has set for Chris’ trial to begin in his new assault case.
In the meantime, Chris is taking it one day at a time and and trying his best to keep a positive outlook.
“It is what it is,” our source says of Chris’ take on the matter. “This too, shall pass.”
So HollywoodLifers, do YOU think the judge was right — does Chris need more rehab? Let us know!
— Eric Ray