Chris Brown’s Probation Revoked In Connection To Shootings



…And just when things were going so well for Breezy…

Chris Brown has had his probation revoked from the 2009 Rihanna case, and partially because he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.

According to TMZ, Chris Brown showed up to his court appointed progress report on Thursday, January 15 and received the news of the revocation of his probation. While the singer has previously been able to stay out of trouble since his release from prison, the judge wasn’t fully convinced that he’s being doing a good enough job.

Expressing his concerns over the shooting that took place last Sunday inside of a club in San Jose while Brown was on stage performing, the judge placed focus on the five people who were injured. In addition to last Sunday’s shooting being an issue, the judge reminded the singer about an incident extremely similar that occurred in August during VMA weekend at 1OAK where multiple persons were shot – including former rap mogul, Suge Knight.

While each of those incidents were just a case of Chris being in a compromising position, the judge also stated that the singer violated his probation when he left the county to perform in the San Jose club without clearance from the courts.


Although there is no evidence that shows Breezy was involved in either of the aforementioned shootings, questions were raised by the probation officer who stated, “There is also concern that when he performs or attends at some of his public events, people will get shot or seriously injured.” The probation officer went on to express that he feels as if Chris is placing too much focus on his career instead of rehabilitation and community service. Resurfacing the arrests that the “Loyal” singer received while on probation previously, the probation officer recommended to the judge on the case that Chris serves time due to his “pattern of making choices that are counterproductive.”

A formal hearing will be held on March 20 for the singer and if it is determined that he “willfully” violated probation, we might be asking for refunds to the “Between The Sheets” tour scheduled to kick off this month while Breezy would be spending some more time in prison.

With his efforts to turn his life around and clean his slate, we pray that this works out in his favor. Keep it locked as more news drops.

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  1. black atheist 7 years ago

    what does praying have to do with the outcome….if gods will is gods will then he will go to jail or he wont…Why yall praying for him to still sing about hoes not being loyal there ARE REAL ISSUES YOU COULD BE supposedly PRAYING ABOUT….what you gon say then….

  2. mon88 7 years ago

    Damn I thought he completed probation? Well it never pays to sale your soul for fame and fortune.

  3. RnB Lover 7 years ago

    Nobody said don’t pray about real issues. You’re reaching. Also, maybe people aren’t praying for him to sing about hoes not being loyal. Maybe they are praying for him to get his life together and use some of his influence and to shed light on some of the “REAL ISSUES” to help bring about progress in those areas. I get that when you don’t believe in something that its easy to criticize it but how does that make you any better as a person than the people you’re criticizing?

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