Chris Brown brought Rihanna to his probation hearing, because of course

As we discussed yesterday, Chris Brown is in the midst of some legal drama regarding his 2009 probation for trying to kill his then-girlfriend Rihanna. Rihanna came with Chris to court yesterday for some kind of hearing regarding his probation. Reportedly, prosecutors now believe that Chris is in blatant violation of his probation because he lied about his community service, and because he’s had violent incidents since 2009. Anyway, because of the decongestants, I’m having a hard time understanding what exactly happened during yesterday’s hearing:

The most shocking development yet in the Chris Brown probation saga … HE SHOWED UP TO COURT TODAY WITH RIHANNA!!!! Brown — and the woman he was convicted of beating in 2009 — arrived to the L.A. Courthouse together Wednesday afternoon where Chris faced allegations that he lied about completing his community service.

Rihanna sat quietly in the gallery with Chris’ mom as Brown and his lawyer Mark Geragos told the judge the singer did nothing wrong.

As we first reported, prosecutors believe Chris participated in a scheme to DUPE the court by getting Virginia officials to say he completed service at a day care center that he never actually performed. But today in court, the judge said he needed more time to review all of the evidence presented by the D.A..– and ordered Brown to meet with his probation officer within 48 hours to discuss the situation.

The judge says he wants to hear from the P.O. after the meeting — and scheduled the next court hearing for April 5.

Brown and Rihanna left the courtroom arm-in-arm — and one person on the scene tell us she smiled at the singer and tried to cheer him up as they left the building. Apparently, it worked … ’cause Brown was all smiles as he was driven out of the courthouse.

[From TMZ]

So basically everybody had to come into court just so the judge could tell them that everything needs further investigation and people need to talk to people? I think so. As for Rihanna coming to court with him… ugh. I can’t.

Meanwhile, did you hear about Chris’s alleged Instagram rant two nights ago? Allegedly, Chris ranted and raved and played the victim, and it all sounded authentic and exactly like something Chris would do. Oddly enough, the “rant” was published on an Instagram account called “ChrisRealBrown” which was then disabled after the rant was published. The odd part? Chris’s real Instagram account – the one where he publishes his photos and communicates with Rihanna – is “f-ckyopictures”. That’s the one I always check when I’m writing about Chris. And that one has been disabled too. So, did Chris have two Instagram accounts or was the “ChrisRealBrown” account a fake? Chris’s rep says it was fake.

Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet.

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  1. SmokeyBlues says:

    Uuuuuugh they just want more and more attention. The attention they get for their music is not enough I guess.

    • T.C. says:

      I don’t think it’s attention she’s looking for in going to his hearing more like trying to make the judge believe Chris has changed. She is trying to save his butt from going to jail. Wrong on so many fronts. He needs to serve time for his crimes.

  2. marie says:

    I think one of Chris’s problems is that he doesn’t get the gravity of the situation. I don’t think he understands that having Rhianna there does nothing but make Rhianna look dumb, it doesn’t help his case. She forgave him, fantastic BUT it doesn’t matter. He was given a sentence, if he did not/does not meet the requirements then he is in violation, and could see himself right into a jail cell plain and simple.

  3. Launicaangelina says:

    “My man tried to beat me to death but I got his back in court.” <— this is the inside of Rihanna's head.

  4. Riana says:

    Rihanna went because shes in a damaged stand by your man Bonnie & Clyde mental state she’s mistaking for love.

  5. sarah says:

    This generation’s Ike and Tina. Shame.

  6. bea says:

    CB is all about Power and Control over his victim/lover. SHE has to attend court with him when HE’S in trouble.

    There will def be another beat down by him in her future – if not worse.

  7. Stephy says:

    Ok, I cannot get passed the part about them thinking CB did community service in a day care. Who the f allows someone who was convicted of a violent crime to be around children? I don’t know how it works, if he was assigned the daycare or chose it, but law enforcement found this acceptable. Blows my damn mind.

    • Scarlet Vixen says:

      I agree! I work in a public library and we occasionally take people for community service hours. But they’re always first time offenders and never violent crimes–usually first time DUIs, and the never actually deal with patrons (sorting books, dusting, moving shelves, etc). I can’t believe they couldn’t find a more appropriate community service location for this creep…

    • elo33 says:

      Thank god you mentioned this! I thought I was hallucinating when I read that, Daycare community service? Yeah that is the ideal place for a POS like Brown. WTF is wrong here?

  8. Eh...I'm indifferent says:

    I can’t decide if I like that hair on her or not. It’s bothering me.

    The outfit is simple and cute though.

  9. Merritt says:

    This case is sadly textbook regarding the abuse cycle. People, unfortunately go back to someone because they want to feel that person has changed.

    Also society’s treatment of abuse victims, exacerbates this response. People want to prove they can take anything an abuser dishes out.

    Brown hasn’t changes. He still acts out violently. The mere mention of this case makes him start whining about how it happened in 2009. It goes to show he has learned nothing and has not changed. However, I’ve seen very little to suggest that abusers can change.

  10. JL says:

    Perhaps everyone should just tell her:
    “If you want a man that beats the hell out of you, have at it”.

    Stop all the attention and I bet this behavior will stop too.

    I understand there is mental illness involved, however I’m not sure if it’s battered woman syndrome or Narcissism where one cant stand to have the other get more attention.

    Either way it’s sick. These are adults that could address these issues professionally so I have no sympathy at this point.

  11. Nicolette says:

    How sweet. Accompany the man who beat the crap out of you to a probation hearing having to do with that very incident. She needs to have her head examined.

  12. phlyfiremama says:

    Is “fake twitter account” the new “my nude cellphone pictures got hacked” excuse? Ummhmmm.

  13. Dawn says:

    How sad for her to have such low self-esteem that she happily become the enabler of her abuser. She will get beat again if she hasn’t already.

  14. TheOriginalKitten says:

    I need to remember to use “because of course” more often. It says everything without saying anything.

  15. Eileen says:

    I live in Virginia and watched local news reporting on this and they interviewed several people and the vast majority of people supported Brown and one woman in her 50s stated Chris Brown “Was being picked on,he is a wonderful person” ugh wanted to vomit after hearing that-apparently some people will forgive anyone for anything as long as they are rich and famous-it’s pathetic. I think Rhianna has a lot of psych issues and is seeking approval from male figures-her constant obscene self pictures, alcohol and pot abuse are just a few examples.

  16. lisaanne says:

    She is never wrong because she thinks she has God on her side. Heck, who don’t think they have God on their side. Religion is dangerous especially for damaged people. It ain’t God motivating you, Rih. You will learn this the hard way.

  17. Shelly says:

    It’s “Nobodies Business”, y’all.

  18. skuddles says:

    Every time I think Rihanna couldn’t possibly get any stupider… she gets stupider.

    Brown is looking very cracky these days – scrawny and gross(er).

  19. BlueAngelCV says:

    I’m not going to comment on the story because it just makes me so mad every time I try.
    I will say that Rhianna looks possibly the best I’ve seen her and very occasion appropriate. Lindsay Lohan take note.

  20. natalina says:

    there is something wrong with her

  21. Noinin says:

    I have been reading the police report on what happened that night with Rihanna and seriously, it was really, really disturbing. That guy bit her, tried to strangle her! How can one forgive that and forget? And no, he hasn’t changed. He has been involved in at least two fights since, he is constantly unleashing his anger on twitter… I think they both need to go to therapy, and especially her since she believes that he is the only person able to “handle her”…

  22. judyjudy says:

    She went because I am sure he has convinced her the whole ordeal is her fault to begin with.


  23. Dana says:

    Why in the world would anyone retain Mark Geragos? None of his clients are ever acquitted.

  24. Lily25 says:

    I’m a little disgusted at the way people attack Rihanna. I don’t support this relationship. It’s only a matter of time before Chris attacks her again if it hasn’t happened already. But I’m disturbed that people call her every name in the book. Nobody would have the audacity to call any non-famous abuse victim stupid or pathetic. Just because she’s rich and famous doesn’t mean she’s different from other abuse victims. Almost all return to their abuser multiple times no matter how bad the abuse is.