R&B singer Chris Brown attended a mandatory court hearing regarding the status of his probation last week and received a positive review from Judge Patricia Schnegg, who told the young entertainer that he was doing “a good job.”
During the hearing, Judge Schnegg didn’t say how many hours he had completed, but noted that Brown had consistently worked to satisfy his 6-month community labor sentence. She also said that Brown was given positive reports from a domestic violence counseling program he attended as a part of his probation. Those sessions are scheduled to end sometime next month and Chris is due back in court in November.
Last year, Chris Brown was sentenced to 5 years probation and 6 months of community labor following a domestic violence conviction for assaulting his former girlfriend Rihanna, and has been working tirelessly to repair his image ever since. He’s said to already be working on a follow-up to his 2009 album Graffiti and is currently celebrating the success of his new movie “Takers,” which opened this weekend at #1 according to newly released box office numbers.