Chris Brown Too Angry for ... Anger Rehab?
He hurled a rock at his mother's car, got kicked out
By Rob Quinn, Newser Staff
Posted Nov 20, 2013 11:24 PM CST
Updated Nov 21, 2013 12:07 AM CST
Chris Brown, left, is shown with his attorney Mark Geragos during a hearing in Los Angeles yesterday.   (AP Photo/Frederick Brown, Getty, Pool)

(Newser) – Chris Brown didn't voluntarily leave anger management rehab this week, he was chucked out for being too angry, it emerged at a probation hearing in Los Angeles yesterday. The singer, who voluntarily checked himself into the Malibu facility after last month's assault arrest in Washington, DC, was ordered to leave after he threw a rock at his mother's car, smashing a window, according to a probation report obtained by TMZ. She was at the facility for a family session and Brown was infuriated by her suggestion that he stay there for extended treatment.

The judge in Los Angeles—where Brown is still on probation for beating up then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009—ordered the singer to spend 90 days in a live-in anger management rehab program at a court-approved facility, reports the Los Angeles Times. During the 90 days, he will be required to complete three days of community service every week and to submit to drug tests. "There is much concern with the probationer's new arrest and his violent outburst that resulted in his discharge from a treatment facility," the probation report states. Brown will be allowed to travel to Washington, DC, for legal proceedings relating to the new assault charge.

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squiggysmom1
Nov 29, 2013 6:12 PM CST
Wait, I think we have someone from the black community standing up to speak out against this kind of behavior by hip-hop and rap musicians... nope, it was just crickets chirping.
wei2szu
Nov 22, 2013 7:05 AM CST
Now, the LAPD should arrest him on criminal damage via probable cause. There has to be a security guard at that facility that can confirm he did this. And, then with probable cause, he should get charged. That should get him those 4 years he's been avoiding. Four years is enough anal time to straighten him up. How many other crimes did he commit in his rage this time?
toryd
Nov 21, 2013 4:28 PM CST
Suspicions confirmed! This is one out-of-control punk.