It’s been four years since Chris Brown was put on probation for beating Rihanna — and up until now he’s had a pretty clean record.
But at a hearing on Monday, a Los Angeles judge revoked his probation, but did not take the R&B star into custody.
He is due at another hearing on August 18 to determine if he violated his probation by allegedly being involved in a hit and run accident.
Before the hearing, Breezy tweeted, ““I did everything I was suppose to do during the so called hit n run, I provided the correct info. There were no injuries or damages. C’mon!! I hope people can actually see the truth.”
Chris was released on his own recognizance.