After six years and 1,000 hours of community service, Chris Brown’s probation has finally ended and the Rihanna assault case has been closed. As first reported by TMZ, Judge James R. Brandlin signed Brown’s release on Friday (Mar. 20) after he completed his end of the bargain.
Chris had to go to rehab, domestic violence counseling, anger management and perform 1,000 hours of community service—twice as we remember since it was found that he lied the first time about how much he completed.
Chris took to Twitter that same day to announce his release. “I couldn’t be more delighted,” stated his attorney, Mark Geragos. “He is in a spot right now and a place right now that I couldn’t be prouder of him.” Geragos also went on to say that this is a “monumental feat for him.”
IM OFF PROBATION!!!!!!!! Thank the Lord!!!!!!
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) March 20, 2015