Things aren't looking good for Chris Brown.
Earlier today the singer's bodyguard Christopher Hollosy was found guilty of attacking Parker Adams. Now, after 6 weeks behind bars, Brown's assault trial is underway and legal experts expect similar results.
If Breezy is found guilty (more likely now that Hollosy has been convicted), his probation stemming from his 2009 attack on Rihanna could be revoked, resulting in immediate prison time.
Chris and his bodyguard were arrested in connection with an assault on Adams that occurred in 2013 outside the W Hotel in Washington, DC.
The singer was ordered to attend a court-ordered counseling program, but Chris was kicked out of rehab for violating the rules of the facility.
Since then, he has been shuttled between prisons and reports from inside say he was in solitary confinement for a significant stretch.
So it looks as though things are getting progressively worse for the perennially troubled R&B star, which will no doubt please Rihanna fans who felt Brown got off too easy.
Chris' trial is expected to go quickly.
In the result of a conviction, a best case scenario for Brown would include an extension of his probation and credit for the time he already served behind bars.