|Update 3-19-14: this article was hacked yesterday by Madonna's Kabbalah Center, over blaming them for Chris Brown's mental deterioration. A Kabbalah Center hacker corrupted the html video code in this article, which I obtained from the TMZ website, owned by Warner Bros, a company Madonna has been working for in different ways for 30-years. The blog would load, then the entire page would go black after a few seconds, due to the code having been corrupted by Madonna's Kabbalah Center hackers. I have removed and replaced it with a YouTube version of the video.|
Chris Brown has been remanded into custody for the next month on a probation violation, after being ejected from a Malibu rehab facility and arrested this past Friday. After a weekend in jail, Brown made an appearance in court wearing prison clothes, rather than his regular suits. The singer looked weary and troubled, as he sat and listened to the judge read off rehab offenses he is accused of committing.
The Judiciary Report was the first to state Brown likes someone in rehab, but was informed "nothing happened" (at the time). However, days later the website TMZ stated the same, but added it was an “inappropriate relationship.” Nonetheless that's not why Brown was kicked out of rehab.
This past Saturday, March 16, 2014, the Judiciary Report was the first to publicly state, "There was also a problem with Chris Brown and a counselor in rehab." Days later during the hearing yesterday, it was stated Brown said to a counselor during a group session “I am good at using guns and knives” which was interpreted as a threat and violation of rehab rules. Brown scared the counselor with his statement.
Brown also stands accused of violating a rule imposed just for him, due to the Rihanna domestic violence case, requiring he stay two feet away from all female staff at the rehab center. He is said to have violated the rule by touching hands and an elbow of a female staffer at the facility. Another violation occurred when Brown refused to submit to a drug test, after leaving the facility for the day. However, he did submit to the drug test later in the day and it was negative.
Rehab is better than jail. It provides nicer surroundings and a greater level of personalized medical treatment for those suffering from substance abuse and mental illness. Brown must follow the rules, as to do otherwise will place him in undesirable and difficult circumstances, incarcerated behind bars. Brown needs to choose the easier option, rehab, if the opportunity presents itself again, as jail is tough.
Brown was exposed to mental illness via Madonna's Kabbalah Center, which on and off again girlfriend Rihanna had encouraged him to join, as she is a member. However, all they did was expose him and others to sick teachings, rendering members bipolar and schizophrenic. Brown needs to be properly medicated and carefully observed, to prevent self-harm from occurring. He is going to have to legally fight for his freedom, sobriety and mental recovery.
Chris Brown Jailed for a Month He Can't Stay Out of Trouble
3/17/2014 2:47 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF Chris Brown will stay in jail until April 23 ... he was SHUT DOWN in court Monday afternoon in his bid to win release. Chris was arrested after getting booted from rehab Friday. The judge had ordered him to stay in rehab while he decided whether Brown violated his probation in the Rihanna case. The judge had Chris arrested almost immediately after the rehab facility kicked him out.
The judge said Chris had an "inability to stay out of trouble." Hizzoner was especially concerned at a statement Chris made at the rehab joint, "I am good at using guns and knives." So Chris will sit in jail until April 23. The judge wants Chris in the slammer until a D.C. jury decides if Chris committed criminal assault in an unrelated case. That trial is set for April 17 and should only last a few days. It's unclear if the judge will let Chris back to attend the trial.
The L.A. judge will hold a probation violation hearing on April 23, and if Chris is convicted in D.C. he's in big trouble. Worst case scenario ... he could be sentenced to 4 years in prison for violating probation in the Rihanna case. One of the conditions -- obey all laws. TMZ broke the story, Chris was booted from rehab Friday for violating three internal rules at the facility -- most significantly ... violating a rule specifically for Chris -- stay at least 2 feet away from every woman in the facility. He was seen touching a woman's elbow and hands.
He also violated the rule requiring him to submit to a random drug test. He belatedly had a change of heart and came up clean, but the initial refusal was a violation. And Chris talked smack about rehab during a group therapy session. Chris was arrested immediately after he got kicked out ... staying in rehab was a requirement of the judge pending his trial in D.C. next month for assault.
Chris Brown You Got Too Close to Our Women So We Booted You from Rehab
3/17/2014 - Chris Brown was thrown out of the Malibu rehab facility Friday for violating 3 internal rules ... including a special rule imposed specifically on him -- STAY AT LEAST 2 FEET FROM THE WOMEN. Sources familiar with the situation tell TMZ ... the rehab facility imposed the 2-foot rule because of the Rihanna case -- specifically, that he beat her. The people who run the facility imposed the highly unusual rule, and we're told Chris violated it by touching elbows and hands with a woman.
As for the 2 other violations, we're told Chris left the facility last week on an authorized outing, but when he returned he was told to submit to a random drug test and he refused. Our sources say he later took the test and the results were negative, but the initial refusal was a violation of rules. And the third violation ... the facility claims Chris made a mockery of rehab during a group session with some harsh comments. Our sources say Chris was also in some sort of sexual encounter with a woman at the facility at the beginning of the month, but for some reason that is not part of the basis for booting him.
TMZ broke the story ... Chris was arrested Friday because he violated the order of the judge in the Rihanna case ... the judge required him to stay in rehab for anger management until mid-April, when his Washington D.C. assault case ran its course. He's currently being held in jail without bail. His lawyer, Mark Geragos, will appear in court Monday with Brown in an attempt to get him freed. We're guessing Geragos will ask for house arrest until the D.C. trial.