Chris Brown was spotted outside a Los Angeles area studio just hours after Judge Patricia Schnegg handed down a sentence that includes five years of probation. While it's unclear whether Brown's forthcoming album Graffiti is near completion, Judge Schnegg made sure the singer was aware of a potential prison stint Tuesday.
During Brown's sentencing Judge Schnegg asked the singer for a response after informing him that violating his probation or restraining order could result in a prison stint.
Confirming that he understood Brown uttered the word "Yeah," before exiting the courtroom.
According to court documents, Brown will be able to continue his life and career with a few changes, including a previously confirmed restraining order that ensures that he and Rihanna remain apart. But it is Brown's required 1,400 hours of labor-oriented service and lengthy domestic violence related course that will keep him busy.
As previously reported, Brown plead guilty to felony assault charges after beating ex-girlfriend and entertainer Rihanna in February.
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