Chris Brown has been ordered to 90 days in an anger management rehab, TMZ.com reports.
The news comes less than a week after he was allegedly kicked out of the rehab facility he entered late last month after going into a violent rage and breaking several objects, according to TMZ.
The sentencing is in conjunction with his probation stemming from his 2009 assault on his then-girlfriend Rihanna. Brown will also face drug testing at the rehab facility.
The judge will allow Brown, 24, to fly to Washington D.C. for court hearings on his pending criminal assault case stemming from his Oct. 27 arrest. The singer was held in custody for more than a day after he and his bodyguard were allegedly involved in an altercation with a third man, Parker Isaac Adams, outside the W Hotel. Although Adams claimed that both Brown and his bodyguard punched him, Brown alleged that he was on his tour bus when his bodyguard, Chris Hollosy, fought with Adams. Although Brown was initially charged with a felony, that was later reduced to a misdemeanor.
The judge also expects a report from the case, which could result in Brown losing his probation and, subsequently, a possible jail sentence.
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