Rihanna, meanwhile, appears to have moved on from Brown. After hanging out with him at Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' mansion on Miami Beach's Star Island in late February and in Los Angeles shortly after that, the two have not been spotted together.
Brown said the time they spent together at Combs' mansion was a "A Romeo and Juliet story, like both sides not wanting us to kind of have contact, so we just got away."
He said that the two rekindled their friendship "at the time" and said that they "ended as friends."
A probation report presented at the sentencing , revealed that Brown and Rihanna's pre-Grammy awards fight was not the first scrap between the two singers.
According to The Associated Press, which obtained a copy of the report, the first incident occurred about three months before the February beating. While the couple was traveling in Europe, Rihanna slapped Brown during an argument and he shoved her into a wall, according to the report.
In the second incident, Brown and Rihanna had an argument while driving a Range Rover during a visit to Rihanna's home country Barbados. Brown got out of the car and broke the front and passenger side windows, according to the report. No one was injured during the incident.
When asked about these two incidents, Brown said he was not aware of them.
Neither attack was reported to police, according to the probation report.
The document also revealed some more details of the Feb. 8 incident that left Rihanna battered and bruised. Rihanna became "enraged" after Brown allegedly received a text message from a previous lover and "slammed both of her fists against the dashboard." That led to Brown pulling over the Lamborghini he was driving and trying to force her out, which escalated into a full-blown fight.
Last month, Brown broke his silence on the incident for the first time and made a public apology on YouTube to his fans and claimed to have apologized to Rihanna numerous times. He reiterated that he was seeking help and explained why he didn't open up sooner.
"Since February my attorney has advised me not to speak out, even though since the incident I wanted to publicly express my deepest regret and accept full responsibility," Brown begins.
"Although I would do some interviews and answer some questions in the future, I felt it was time you heard directly from me that I am sorry. I have tried to live my life in a way that would make those around me proud of me, and until recently, I think I was doing a pretty good job. I wish I had the chance to live those few moments again, but unfortunately I can't."
Brown admitted that the incident has caused trouble for his career.
"I think this is probably one of the worst moments of my life, and I always wish like I could take it back," he said. "I've said countless times how -- how sorry I am to Rihanna and, like, and I -- and I just accepted full responsibility. But it's just one of things I wish I could have relived and just handled totally different."
Additional reporting contributed by Luchina Fisher and The Associated Press.