Chris Brown Released From Jail, Again


Singer Chris Brown has been released from jail, according to a U.S. report.

According to, the troubled R&B star was freed on Monday morning, June 2.

He has spent 108 of his 131-day sentence behind bars.

Chris has entered jail in March, after the judge sentenced him to prison time following his dismissal from rehab facility for breaking the clinic’s rules.

He was facing a year in jail, but he scored the credit for 116 days in court-ordered rehab, and another 59 days he spent in custody in May, as part of his probation violation case.

It all stemmed from his assault conviction for attacking his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.

The 25-year old singer is still facing an assault trial in Washington, D.C. over alleged attack on a man during an unprovoked bust-up in October 2013.

Brown’s probation is extended until January 23, 2015, and he is required to submit to random drug testing at least three times a week, as well as participate in psychiatric counseling two times a week, and attend outpatient therapy at least twice a week.

He also must complete whatever remains of the 1,000 additional hours of community service he was given in August 2013 when his probation was revoked following a car accident. All charges related to the crash were later dismissed.

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