If Chris Brown hoped that his stint in rehab for anger management would curry favor with those overseeing the Rihanna probation case, we have two words for him:
L.A. County Probation Department insiders feel that Brown's violent outbursts have become a disgrace and that the rehab ploy is "too little, too late."
The department is aggressively investigating Sunday's incident in D.C., where Chris Brown was arrested for what is now a misdemeanor charge.
Probation officers interviewed Chris Monday, hours before he received a goodbye kiss from Karrueche Tran and checked himself into a Malibu rehab center.
A source familiar with the case says: "Probation is gunning for this guy. They're embarrassed by what he's done over the last two years and they've had it."
This certainly isn't Breezy's first brush with the law in the past four years since he was placed in probation (through late 2014) for the beating of Rihanna.
Investigators will most likely submit a scathing report to the judge, who will decide whether to revoke Chris' probation. This does not require a conviction.
For a probation violation, he could face up to four years in prison at worst, regardless of the outcome of the assault case. It's all up to a judge's discretion.
The judge could wait and see how the D.C. case plays out though. If the charges are dropped, that plus the rehab trip could keep him in the clear.
You tell us: Should Chris Brown go to jail?