Thursday, November 21, 2013

Chris Brown Sentenced To 90 Days In Rehab After Smashing Mom's Car Window With A Rock


Chris Brown and lawyer Mark Geragos in court on November 20, 2013 

R&B singer Chris Brown made an appearance in court yesterday for a probation hearing in the Rihanna domestic violence case. After an arrest in Washington, DC for assault, in an incident where his bodyguard punched a man for trespassing on his tour bus, Brown faces a possible revocation of probation.

For two weeks Brown entered a rehab facility for "anger management." A report sent to Brown's probation officer from the Malibu rehab center states Brown flew into a rage during a family counseling session, after his mother Joyce Hawkins tried to convince him to remain in the program for the full 90-days. Brown became upset, walked out of the session, went outside and threw a rock through his mother's car window, shattering the glass. This was a violation of program rules. As such, the facility asked Brown to leave 13-days into his 90-day treatment.

Chris Brown arriving at L.A. Superior Court

During yesterday's court hearing, Brown was ordered to complete 90-days in a rehab facility and undergo random drug testing, as marijuana was found in his system. Previously blogs reported Brown had a prescription for medical marijuana, but that doesn't appear to be the case. He was also ordered to take any medication the facility deems fit for his medical treatment, but it poses a problem as he is not allowed to do community service while on said meds. The court awaits the outcome of the Washington assault case to determine if Brown's probation should be revoked, with a possible sentence of up to 4-years behind bars.

Brown needs to listen to the advice of his mother and follow the orders of the court in remaining in rehab for the full 90-days, then on an outpatient basis. He was technically raped at age 8 when he had his first sexual experience with a 15-year-old girl. He also grew up in a home filled with domestic violence due to his step-father, Donnelle Hawkins, beating his mother, Joyce Brown Hawkins.

Chris Brown entering court

As a teen, Brown helplessly witnessed as his mom was beaten so badly her nose bled. Then, during an argument one day with Brown's mother, his step-father accidentally shot himself in the eye and went blind. Brown's step-father contends he never hit her, but my question is why were you arguing with her, an unarmed woman, with a gun in your hand. What were you trying to do and prove. It has a certain appearance of violence.

At the end of the day, the aforementioned events during his upbringing is a lot of trauma for a boy to witness and it is contributing to his anger issues. Brown stated of his step-dad "I hate him to this day" indicating said trauma, anger and bitterness remains unresolved.

Chris Brown's step-dad Donnelle Hawkins

These were traumatic events that need to be addressed by a professional therapist to properly process what transpired, in an attempt to heal and move forward. These events have clearly scarred him, as they would anyone and he must overcome them to release the anger and pain they've brought to his life.

The Judiciary Report has been stating for months Brown needs to take a break from his career and lay low for a while, as he is being targeted by certain people in the industry (Jay-Z and Madonna's Kabbalah/"Illuminati"). If something is not done, there will be more confrontations via people they send to push his buttons, as they know his triggers. Months ago the site also suggested rehab before he checked himself in and the court ordered him back there (Chris Brown Finally Heeds Site Suggestions And Heads To Rehab After Assault Arrest In Washington). There are good rehab programs available, providing proven treatment options. It does make a difference.