Chris Brown Has A Marijuana Prescription, Fails Court Drug Test

Does Chris Brown have a medical condition that would warrant him having a prescription to smoke marijuana?

While appearing in court for a review of his community service hours Monday, Brown tested positive for use of the drug.

While testing positive might be considered an issue under normal circumstances, Brown’s test result was ignored since he produced a prescription.

Even though the judge excused the use, due to terms of his probation not including prescriptions and drugs, she did give him a verbal warning Monday.

“You are not an average person who can sit in their living room and do what you want to do,” said Judge Schnegg. “You are not only in the public eye, but you are on probation.”

In case you’re wondering how Chris Brown got a prescription for marijuana, that was not answered (nor was his “condition”).

As previously reported, questions have been raised when it comes to hours Chris Brown completed as part of his sentence for beating Rihanna in 2009. It was indicated that Brown completed over 1,400 hours of service, but he may not have done as many as he was required to.

At this point, the court has opted to further review his records.