Chris Brown will spend the next month in jail after a judge refused his request to be released to a new rehab facility. Brown was kicked out of a Malibu facility on Friday afternoon for “violating internal rules” and promptly arrested for violating his parole.
The judge specifically took issue with Brown’s participation in a morale-building exercise at the Malibu facility that required him to name things he’s good at. He did not go with dancing or singing:
Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin said rehab officials reported to him that Brown said during a group session: “‘I am good at using guns and knives.'” His comment was in response to an exercise in which Brown was asked to reflect on things he was good or excelled at.
The facility cited three other violations of its rules, claiming Brown refused to take a drug test, made a statement that alarmed rehab officials, and was seen touching the elbow of a female client.
Emphasis added. Brown will remain in jail until a probation violation hearing scheduled for April 23.