Transcript for Judge Revokes Chris Brown's Probation
Now, to the latest run-in between prosecutors and singer chris brown. The 24-year-old may soon be facing time behind bars after a judge revoked his probation on monday. Abc's linzie janis has the latest on the star who is again finding himself at odds with the law. Reporter: In a los angeles courtroom monday, r&b's resident bad boy will have to face the music. Singer chris brown has been on probation since assaulting rihanna, his on again/off again girlfriend, before the 2009 grammys. On monday, a judge revoked the sijer's original plea deal was prosecutors accuse him of hit and run and driving without a license, after a car accident in may. I wouldn't be surprised if he spent some time in jail. I don't think he's going to be there for four years. But I wouldn't put a few months past this judge. Reporter: Brown defended himself monday, tweeting, I did everything I was supposed to do during the so-called hit and run. I provided the correct info. There were no injuries or damages. Come on. Prosecutors say brown did stop. But he didn't provide complete information to the driver he rear-ended. And his probation required he obey all laws. The defendant, chris brown, must not harass, strike, threaten -- Reporter: It's not the first time brown has been in court overboro base violations. In february, prosecutors alleged he didn't complete his community service. Overnight, a representative for the singer issued a statement. Saying he expects the car incident will be dismissed and his probation reinstated. But next month, the crooner who sings to fans, please don't judge me, will once again find himself asking a court to do the same. Linzie janis, abc news, los angeles.
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