Chris Brown has been ordered to spend the next 60 days in a Malibu rehab facility. The Virginia pop star appeared in court Friday (February 28), and despite his probation officer’s report that the “Love More” singer “continues to make great improvement” in dealing with anger, stress, and drugs, Judge James Brandlin ordered him to remain in the anger management and drug rehab program he entered three months ago.
Brandlin cites Brown’s pending assault charge in Washington D.C. as the reason for not letting the singer go free. Brown will remain in rehab until his hearing on April 23 to determine whether he violated his probation stemming from the Rihanna assault case.
“Never really goes the way u plan. #LIFE,” Brown posted to his Twitter account following his court appearance. Breezy recently announced his long-awaited album, X, would finally hit shelves on his birthday, May 5. However, his latest legal issues could force the album to be pushed back yet again.