Judge Denies Chris Brown To End Supervised Probation Early!

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Chris Brown was hoping to start his Grammy weekend with a little more freedom and asked Superior Court Judge George Lomeli to end his supervised probation…the judge declined!

The singer’s attorney appeared in an L.A. Thursday to ask Superior Court Judge George Lomeli to end Brown’s supervised probation early because of good behavior. (Brown was arrested in February 2009 for assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna; he was sentenced to five years supervised probation.)

Brown’s probation officer issued a glowing report, saying the 22-year-old musician “has made great strides” to improve his life. The “Beautiful People” singer has also passed all required drug tests and completed half of the six months’ worth of roadside cleanup, graffiti removal and other manual labor.
Judge Lomeli denied Brown’s attorney’s request.

Brown, who did not appear in court Thursday, has completed anger management courses and domestic violence counseling. In 2011, another judge lifted a restraining order that prevented Brown and Rihanna from contacting each other or being in the same vicinity.


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