Chris Brown's Probation Was Revoked After A Night Club Shooting While He Was Preforming
|Chris Brown's Probation Was Revoked After |
A Night Club Shooting While He Was Preforming
He also punished Brown for failing to complete court-ordered community service.
The R&B star still has 200 more hours to go.
Lawyer Marc Geragos said in court that his client was misinformed about the traveling restrictions when he went to San Jose, Calif.
Although the “New Flame” singer had no involvement in violence, the incident is the second nightclub shooting where Brown has been in the building.
|Chris Brown Preforming|
Probation Officer Carlos Delgado wrote in a report that Brown has shown an ability to be “compliant during long stretches of his probation” but continues to make “choices that are counterproductive” to successfully completing the probation term.
"There is also concern that when he performs or attends at (sic) some of his public events, people will get shot or seriously injured.
Despite the inauspicious timing, the revocation is not a direct result of the shooting that occurred at his concert at the Fiesta Nightclub.
Authorities have determined that Brown was not involved; however, it was reported earlier today that the club's entertainment permit and liquor license have been temporarily suspended for 60 days, starting Friday.