Chris Brown is now a free man! The troubled singer has finally been released from a Los Angeles County Jail at 12:01 on the dot Monday morning! Brown has been in custody since the middle of March for violating probation (starting from 2009 for the infamous attacking of his ex, Barbadian beauty and pop bad girl, Rihanna) after being arrested for allegedly punching a man in the face outside of the “W” hotel in Washington, D.C.,. The incident occurred back in late October.
Immediately after being freed from being locked up in L.A., Chris went to twitter and expressed to long awaiting fans his plans upon being released and his gratitude;
“Humbled & Blessed”, “Back to the Music and the Fans”, and “Thank You GOD”.
It’s so sad to see such a talented guy get into so much trouble! Looking back at the past incidents that have gotten him into the presence of the law, there is an element that seems to be getting the singer so violent…women!
Something about the sexy ladies he is surrounded by is getting Chris extremely riled up…that and the help alcohol. The infamous event that kicked off his career with crime was with Rihanna, after beating her right before the Grammy’s in 2009. He violated his probation last year for punching a male fan in the face (resulting in a broken nose), because he photo bombed a picture that Mr. Brown was taking with two lovely female fans. After THAT altercation…Chris was sent to rehab while the judge over the case was determining if he violated probation. He got kicked out of rehab for breaking the rule (and a few others) to stay “two feet away from women” at all times. He just had to feel on the ladies hands and elbows.
Whatever the case may be, there are some underlying issues that Chris definitely needs to sort through. There may also be some issues that have occurred in his young life that are beginning to resurface through anger and violence. Once Chris appropriately deals and comes to terms with those conflicts from the past, he will be back on top of the music game (not that he is far from it) and out of the hands of the law.