Los Angeles, June 3 (): Grammy award-winning singer Chris Brown was on Monday released from a jail in Los Angeles where he was undergoing a one-year sentence for violating trial for attack of pop singer Rihanna in 2009.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Tony Moore said the 25-year-old singer was released from Men’s Central Jail at 12:01 a.m. Hours after releasing from jail, Brown took to Twitter to let all know how he feels.
He tweeted, “Humbled and Blessed”. Adding a special message to his loyal following, he tweeted, “Back to the Music and the Fans. Thank you GOD.”
Lat month, Brown had admitted in a Los Angeles court to violating his trial in Washington, D.C., where he supposedly hit and broke a man’s nose who with two fans jumped into a photo of the singer. The singer has appealed not guilty to assault and has to still resolve that case.
Since March 14, Brown has been put in jail after he was taken out of rehabilitation ordered by the court in California for disrespecting rules. He has been in jail since mid-March for violating his trial curtailing from his attack on Rihanna in 2009.
On May 9, Brown was sentenced one year jail by L.A. Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin. But, the singer received credit for 234 days of time already served in jail and court-ordered rehab, which left him with 131 days to serve. Though many factors are under consideration, the officials have given the R&B star an early release.
Brown’s trial is prolonged till Jan. 23, 2015, and he has to submit to casual drug testing for at least 3 times in a week, take part in a psychiatric counselling 2 times in a week and to be present in an outpatient therapy for at least 2 times a week. He has a due back on August 13 in court for a progress report.