When (if) Chris Brown stands trial in Washington, D.C. for assault in mid-April, he will do so as a prisoner accompanied by U.S. Marshals, TMZ is reporting.
Brown is in jail in L.A. for violating his probation. His probation for assaulting Rihanna was revoked after he was charged with assaulting some guy in D.C.
He originally stayed out of jail by seeking anger management treatment, but once he was kicked out of rehab for the second time, off to jail he went.
His trial begins April 17, unless he's able to buy his way out of jail by convincing the accuser to drop the case. If convicted, he faces YEARS in prison.
Assuming that doesn't happen, the judge in the D.C. assault case has signed an order commanding the L.A. County Jail to release Chris to the U.S. Marshals.
The judge who remanded him into custody in the Rihanna case ordered Chris to stay behind bars until the D.C. trial, but never said how he would get there.
It looks like we have our answer. CON AIR!
Of course, the Rihanna case judge could release the R&B star on his own recognizance, or the case could get dropped any minute. So stay tuned.
For now, the 24-year-old remains a caged animal, being harassed by fellow inmates for being a wannabe rapper and little b!tch who beats on women.
Their words, not ours, people.