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R&B singer Chris Brown is going to have plenty of time to think about his music career and personal life as reports claim he will now stay behind bars in a Washington, DC jail until later this month.

According to reports, Breezy was moved from Los Angeles to Washington in light of a criminal case.

The singer’s “Con Air” flight landed in the D.C. area, and he was escorted by U.S. marshals to a local jail where he will be locked up until his assault trial later this month, according to a Marshals Service spokesman. He had been chained at his ankles, waist and arms much of the time since marshals took him into custody from the Los Angeles County sheriff last Wednesday. (CNN)

Despite some pleas, Chris’ legal team could not help him avoid swallowing more jail time.

Brown’s lawyer failed to convince a judge at a hearing Monday that his assault charge in Washington should be dropped because of prosecutors’ misconduct. Judge Patricia Wynn rejected the argument by Mark Geragos that the U.S. attorneys abused the grand jury process in preparation for Brown’s trial. The singer and his bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, are charged with hitting a man on a sidewalk just blocks from the White House in October. (CNN)

Along with thanking and reminding fans of his love for them, Chris Breezy recently dished on his feelings toward girlfriend Karrueche Tran via a phone call.

“I’m calling all my fans, you know I love y’all. Thank y’all for all the support, thank you for everything. The music video just came out. Y’all enjoy that. And most importantly, K, Karrueche, I love you. So, thank-you.” (TMZ)

Chris Breezy appeared in a Los Angeles courtroom and learned his fate around mid-March.

Chris Brown must stay in jail for at least a month after he was arrested for violating probation. A California judge set no bail at a court hearing today and ordered the singer to stay behind bars. As his mother sobbed, Brown, 24, who appeared in court wearing an orange jail jumpsuit, was taken away in handcuffs. (ABC News)