Chris Brown Meets with New Probation Officer Over His Anger Management Issues
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 11.02.2013
Will Brown's probation be revoked?
TMZ reports that Chris Brown admitted that he had an anger problem at a meeting with his probation officer on Friday (November 1).
According to sources, Brown and his lawyer, Mark Geragos, went to the L.A. County Dept. of Probation this week and had an hour-long talk with Brown's new probation officer. It is not yet clear why Brown had a new officer assigned to him.
The meeting reportedly did not address the alleged punch Brown threw at someone in Washington, D.C. last Sunday. It's said that Brown spoke about his current stint at a Malibu rehab facility and the treatment he's undergoing. Brown's treatment is said to include a heavy amount of psychological counseling. He could be in the facility for as long as 90 days.
One source claims with regards to the Probation Dept.'s thoughts on Brown, "They're gunning for Chris." The Probation Dept. will submit a report to the judge in the Rihanna case next week. The judge could then decide to possibly revoke Brown's probation. If his probation was revoked, he could face up to four years in prison.