Judge Pleased With Chris Brown’s Probation Progress
Chris Brown headed to a Los Angeles Superior Court Thursday (Feb. 18) where he received rave reviews for working to complete the terms of his probation. "It looks like you're doing really, really well," Judge Patricia M. Schnegg informed him. "That's always good to see."
Thus far Brown has attended 17 of his court appointed 52 domestic violence classes and has completed 32 days of his community labor sentence. Brown, alongside his lawyer Marc Geragos, responsed to the judge's praises with a "thank you." The judge also cleared him to travel around the country for concert dates between May 18 and June 27.
The 'Run It' singer was sentenced to five years probation for assaulting then girlfriend Rihanna last February. He has since apologized for the incident both in several interviews and is working on rebuilding his damaged public image. The 20-year-old dropped his third album 'Graffiti' last September and embarked on a 19-city "fan appreciation" tour. Brown will return to court on May 11.