R&B singer Chris Brown is dealing with the truth after being ordered to remain in rehab on Friday (February 28) to handle his anger problems.
Although brief and to the point, Chris Breezy appeared to offer up a reaction to his legal fate heading into the weekend.
“Never really goes the way u plan. #LIFE,” Brown tweeted February 28. (Chris Brown’s Twitter)
According to the latest reports, various health issues may have factored into Brown’s rehab sentence.
Chris Brown has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, severe insomnia and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder … and that’s why he has had such anger issues … this according to new court docs. Chris was in court today for a progress hearing in the Rihanna beating case. Documents were filed by the facility where Chris just completed 90 days of anger management therapy. In fact, Chris stayed longer, just completing 95 days. In the legal docs — obtained by TMZ — an official from the rehab facility wrote that … in addition to his diagnosis … Chris was self-medicating inappropriately. (TMZ)
Despite his conditions, reports claim Breezy is making strides to better himself.
The letter says Chris is on meds for the bipolar and other conditions. Chris has learned various relaxation exercises, according to the letter, and he’s tested negative for drugs, including weed, during his stay. The facility says he’s doing really well. It says he gets up at 5 AM and works hard. They say he’s been especially good with community service, saying, “Mr. Brown’s attitude has been beyond exemplary in regard to his community service responsibilities.” (TMZ)
Chris Breezy received bad news about his rehab status after appearing in court Friday (February 28).
The good news for Chris Brown is a luxury rehab center in Malibu is better than the men’s central jail in Los Angeles. The bad news is a Los Angeles judge ordered Brown to stay another two months in the anger management and drug rehab program he entered three months ago. Although Brown’s probation officer reported the singer “continues to make great improvement” in dealing with anger, stress and drugs, the judge decided during a hearing Friday he can’t go free yet. He has to be tried on an assault charge in Washington first. (CNN)