Karreuche Tran Bids Chris Brown a Fond Farewell
"Always & Forever" the caption read.
After breaking a guy's nose on Saturday night, Brown faced assault charges in a Washington D.C. court. After meeting with his probation officer, it was decided that Brown would enter rehab.
Brown's lawyer, Mark Geragos, spoke to the New York Daily News about his client's decision.
"We talked today and he said, 'I want to take some time and do a little introspection and understand everything that's going on around me,'" Geragos told the paper.
"It was his decision, and he should be applauded."
Brown is still on probation stemming from his 2009 felony assault of ex-girlfriend, Rihanna.