Chris Brown has been released from jail, L.A. Sheriff Deputy Tony Moore announced today. The troubled singer, who turned 25 last month, was released just after midnight on Monday, June 2, after being locked up since the middle of March.
Just about 48 hours since he was released from a jail in Washington, D.C., Chris Brown has decided to enter rehab. And considering this decision comes before his scheduled court appearance on Nov. 20, the move looks like he's trying to clean up his act (or at least look like it).
Chris Brown (or his peeps) posted "vintage" footage of the controversial singer in the studio with Drake, his former arch-rival. The Internets were alight with lots of "OMG! Are Breezy and Drizzy working together?" gossip items. The answer is: We don't really know.
Chris Brown has once again gotten himself out of his legal troubles, but this time around it was for something he actually didn't do. Specifically, he is not going to be charged for allegedly assaulting a girl at a nightclub.
Chris Brown was the subject of a 911 call early Friday morning, but not for any of the reasons you're probably thinking -- instead, it seems he was having a bit of a medical emergency after suffering a possible seizure.
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