Chris Brown got thrown out of rehab last Friday for three different rules violations, according to reports, including one designed specifically for the singer.
The 24-year-old was ordered to stay at least two feet away from all the women there, given that he's on probation for a felony assault against Rihanna.
Fair or not, the people who run the facility imposed this highly unusual requirement on Chris, who violated it by "touching elbows and hands" with a woman.
The second reason he got the boot was that the R&B star left the facility last week on an authorized outing, then refused a drug test upon his return.
Sources say he later took the test and passed, but the initial refusal was a violation of rules. Finally, he allegedly "made a mockery" of the rehab process.
That occurred when he made harsh comments in a group session. It's unclear what he said, but these infractions combined to get Chris Brown kicked out of rehab.
Insiders say Chris also had some kind of sexual encounter with a woman at the facility this month, but that is not part of the basis for booting him.
This is also the second rehab facility to kick Brown out since his October arrest. The first showed him the door after he threw a rock at his mom's car.
Brown is in jail now for violating probation, following Friday's dismissal.
His anger management treatment was the only thing keeping him out of the slammer after his probation was revoked as a result of his D.C. assault arrest.
Prosecutors wanted him jailed pending trial, but the judge allowed him to stay in rehab for treatment until mid-April, when his assault case played out.
Once he got the boot from Malibu, off to a jail cell he went.
Since his probation was already revoked, and that this is the second facility that told him to go kick rocks, it's likely he'll remain locked up for a month.
His lawyer, Mark Geragos, will appear in court today with Brown, presumably to ask for house arrest or rehab at another facility until the D.C. trial.
Given all this ... could be an uphill battle.