It looks like Chris Brown could be in MAJOR hot water over his recent hit-and-run case, even if the victim declines to pursue charges against the singer.
The L.A. County District Attorney has just filed legal documents asking a judge overseeing his probation (for beating Rihanna) to revoke it, ASAP.
The D.A. is asking for the revocation based on charges being filed against Brown in connection with his now-infamous hit-and-run incident in May.
They say he left the scene without providing a California driver's license and proper insurance info, "willfully and unlawfully" breaking the law.
Even if the L.A. City Attorney ultimately declines to pursue the case because the victim doesn't cooperate - which is likely - the D.A. will press on.