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Chris Brown to Remain on Supervised Probation

R&B star must still serve community service for assaulting Rihanna

February 10, 2012 8:45 AM ET
Chris Brown at Pure Nightclub in Las Vegas
Chris Brown at Pure Nightclub in Las Vegas
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Chris Brown has been on good behavior in recent months, yet the R&B star has been ordered by a judge to remain under the watchful eye of a probation officer as he works to complete his sentence for assaulting his ex-girlfriend Rihanna.

Brown's attorney argued in court yesterday that the singer has been honest with probation officers, passed all of his drug tests and has "made great strides" while under supervision. Brown has also completed half of six months of community service, including roadside cleanup and graffiti removal. Judge Goerge Lomeli said in his ruling that it was not unreasonable for the star to remain under supervision until he completes more of his community service hours.

Brown is set to appear on the Grammy Awards this Sunday night. The singer is up for three awards, including Best R&B Album for his hit record F.A.M.E. (Forgiving All My Enemies).

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