Chris Brown has graduated from his court-ordered anger management program, but he is staying put to seek additional treatment for the time being.
Even though the star finished his 90-day program, and was seen shooting a music video and attending a charity event this weekend, he's still in rehab.
Conflicting reports suggest that either Chris Brown sought to extend his stay there, or a judge ordered him to remain at the facility for further treatment.
Either way, Brown's rep declined to comment, but the 24-year-old was on hand Friday as he was honored by 2nd Call, an L.A. community group.
Chris' work with the organization and his own Symphonic Love Foundation and Unity Campaign earned him the "Second Chance at Loving Life Award."
A source tells E! News that Brown arrived around 7 p.m, sporting a white cardigan over a white dress shirt, a green skinny tie, dark jeans and black shoes.
"2nd Call honors tonight... Really inspiring!" Brown, who gave a brief speech, shared on Instagram. He also posted a snapshot of the award he received.
Rehab diploma and charity awards aside, the legal hurdles Chris faces are high. He is being sued for the homophobic assault that got him arrested.
If convicted of assault, stemming from the October incident, the troubled singer faces jail time due to the probation violation that this would invariably trigger.
Maybe the anger management rehab stint will help him turn it around? Or maybe it's just a brief respite from bad behavior that will continue? You tell us:
Chris Brown: Is he a changed man after rehab?