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Days after Chris Brown inhaled some fresh air following a stint behind bars, new reports claim prosecutors want to get him back in court to settle his Washington, DC assault case. #CherishTheDay

According to reports, Chris Breezy could be back in a suit and tie for the publicized case in the next few weeks

As TMZ first reported … despite his admission of violating his Rihanna probation, Brown maintains he didn’t specifically admit guilt in the D.C. assault case. But TMZ has obtained documents filed today by the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia … asking a judge to now make June 25 the start date for the trial … instead of just a status conference. The prosecutor disagrees with Brown’s assertion … and says his admission DOES count as an admission of guilt in this case, and therefore the trial should begin without any further delay. (TMZ)

The Los Angeles County Jail let Chris Breezy go just after midnight on Monday (June 2).

Los Angeles Sheriff’s deputy Tony Moore told The Associated Press that Brown was released at 12:01 a.m. Monday, but he didn’t have any more details. Brown had been in custody since mid-March, when he was arrested after being expelled from a court-ordered rehab sentence for violating its rules. (AP)

The mega singer confirmed his release on Twitter and thanked a higher power.

“Humbled and Blessed,” Brown tweeted June 2.

“Back to the Music and the Fans”

“Thank you GOD” (Chris Brown’s Twitter)

The mega singer’s legal woes hit the Internet in early May.

Brown, 25, wore an orange jail jumpsuit and handcuffs, but he appeared to be smiling as he was led into court in Los Angeles by deputies Friday afternoon. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin immediately sentenced Brown to serve 365 days in jail for the admitted probation violation. He was given credit for serving 234 days because of the rehab and jail time, leaving 131 days left to serve. (CNN)

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