Chris Brown Jailed For One Month: His Mom Breaks Down In Court

Chris' mother Joyce Hawkins couldn't hold back her emotions as she saw her son in a prison jumpsuit. Get the truth behind her meltdown after learning her son will spend the next month in LA's Men's Central Jail. Chris Brown's mother Joyce Hawkins was inconsolable in court on Mar. 17 after learning that Breezy will spend the next month in jail, is EXCLUSIVELY reporting.

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Chris Brown’s Mother’s Emotional Courtroom Breakdown

Joyce didn’t hold back tears as a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge ordered her son go back to jail until April 23. You’ll recall that Chris, 24, was kicked out of an undisclosed rehabilitation center on Mar. 14 for violating facility policies. We’re told Joyce was so moved with emotion that Chris’ lawyer Mark Geragos had to give her his shoulder to lean on.

“After the judge said Chris was to be remanded into custody, she broke down,” an eyewitness inside the courtroom EXCLUSIVELY revealed to “She was in tears and Mark went over and consoled her. She was crying in his chest and I overheard him tell her ‘don’t worry, he’ll be fine. We’re taking care of things.'”

Chris Brown’s Mother’s Can’t Stand To See Him In Jail Jumpsuit

We’re told Joyce couldn’t stand looking at Chris in his jail jumpsuit and wanted nothing more than to console him as he listened to a judge deal his fate.

“Joyce was extremely distraught today in court, not being able to hold him, hug him, or give him a kiss in support,” the eyewitness continued. “She was devastated that he couldn’t come home or at least go back to rehab for treatment.

“She didn’t want to see him behind bars,” the eyewitness explained. “She was sad.”

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