L.A. Judge Revokes Chris Brown's Probation
L.A. City Attorney's Office spokesperson Jane Robison tells Celebuzz that Brown was not taken into custody, but released on his own recognizance. He will be back in court Aug. 16 when a judge will set a date for a probation violation hearing. If a judge decides that Brown did violate his probation, he faces up to four years in jail.
Brown is accused of leaving the scene of an accident without showing a valid California driver's license. Brown has denied the claims. However, in a police statement obtained by Celebuzz, Olga Gure-Kovalenko, the woman accusing Brown of a hit-and-run, alleges at the scene he called her a "b***h" and screamed "I got more money than you."