(LOS ANGELES) — Chris Brown is being ordered to spend another two months in a Malibu rehab facility after doctors diagnosed him with post traumatic stress disorder and bipolar disorder.
People magazine says that a judge ordered Brown to remain in rehab after reviewing a report from doctors. One of Brown’s probation officers wrote to the court saying that the R&B singer “has responded well” to treatment, but that the court should be cautious as his behavioral change is still relatively recent.
Brown, 24, was initially put on probation after beating his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 and was sentenced to three months of rehabilitation after being charged with misdemeanor assault in a November 2013 brawl in Washington, D.C.
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