R&B singer Chris Brown continues to meet his legal oblogations, recently completing his court-ordered 52-week anti-domestic violence course following his conviction for assaulting ex-girlfriend Rihanna. Brown, who has been working tirelessly to regain his chart dominance was handed five years probation, six-months of community service and ordered to take a series of domestic violence counseling classes. During a probation progress report hearing last month (Nov. 18) in Los Angeles, Judge Patricia Schenegg showered the 21-year-old with praises for working diligently to complete the ordered community labor hours and domestic violence classes, saying âout of thousands of probationers, no one has ever done a better or more consistent job than you haveâ¦youâve done a very good job.â And he proved his consistency on Monday, December 20 when he finally completed the counseling course and was given a certificate, which he proudly uploaded for fans to see on Twitter.com. Brown, who is working on his new album F.A.M.E, will remain on probation until 2014.
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