Chris Brown Ordered To Remain On Supervised Probation
Brown Must Appear In Court Following Europe Tour
Chris Brown is not ready to be treated like a responsible adult yet. That's according to a judge who has ordered the "Turn Up The Music" singer to remain on supervised probation.
Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg, the same judge who has handled Brown's case since he was convicted of felony assault against his then (and now?) girlfriend Rihanna, said the singer must remain on supervised probation and has to appear again in court once he gets back from a music tour in Europe.
Among the stranger parts of the hearing was the fact that Brown's attorneys filed the same report listing his community service hours that was filed in September -- also the same one that Judge Schnegg called "somewhat cryptic."
Despite his suspicious service report (and the fact that he dressed as a member of the Taliban for Halloween), Brown seems to be genuine about staying on the right side of the law.
In a report from the Associated Press, a probation officer said Brown "appears to be making a sincere effort to comply with terms and conditions of probation."
Brown was at the hearing with his mother and attorney Mark Geragos. At one point he attempted to speak up and was quickly shot down, not by the judge but by Geragos.
"I don't dance, you don't talk," Geragos said.
If only, replied the entire world.