R&B singer Chris Brown will reportedly spend at least 30 days behind bars after being taken into police custody this weekend for a probation violation.
Brown’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, will appear in court Monday, trying to convince the judge to cut Brown a break and let him either go to another rehab facility or go on house arrest pending the D.C. trial. That will be an uphill battle, given that this is the second rehab facility that booted Brown. The D.C. trial is set for April 17. Geragos has a pretty strong defense — there are problems with the prosecution’s case.
More as the story develops.