A California judge has ordered Chris Brown to stay two more months in the Malibu rehab center where he is being treated for anger management issues.
Doctors have diagnosed the R&B singer with PTSD and bipolar disorder, conditions which they say could be deeply connected to his violent past.
They say he is making great progress while becoming less impulsive, though the process is ongoing. As such, the judge sent him back for at least two more months.
Although a report reviewed by the judge says the singer "is happy with the program," Brown seemed disappointed in court by the judge's decision.
His stay has been extended, though, whether he likes it or not.
"It is evident that [Brown] has responded well" to the treatment, a probation officer wrote to the court, with one major caveat considering his troubled history.
The positive turn "has occurred only recently," the report said, and the court should be cautious about releasing him; he should also stay on probation until November.
Chris Brown, 24, was placed on five years' probation in 2009 for his attack on his then-girlfriend Rihanna just hours before the Grammy Awards that year.