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Judge revokes Chris Brown's probation after hit and run allegations

Brown and attorney Mark Geragos were in court Monday.

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Brown and attorney Mark Geragos were in court Monday.



Chris Brown had a bad day in court, getting his probation revoked, putting him on a path to potentially end up sentenced to four years in prison.  At least, that's what we would call a bad day.

The L.A. County district attorney asked a judge Monday to revoke the performer's probation in connection to his alleged hit and run accident in May. Even though Brown showed up in the courtroom to fight the motion, the judge granted it, TMZ reports.

Brown is free right now, but must attend a hearing in August for a possible parole violation. If he's found guilty, he could end up in prison for four whole years. He's been protesting the case since it happened, saying he stopped and provided correct information to the other driver, who has denied that was the case. You'd think with all the paparazzi that follow him around constantly, there would be no shortage of witnesses.

[Last modified: Monday, July 15, 2013 6:58pm]


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