Chris Brown Shows Up At Jail For Recognizance Process A Day Earlier
After years of madness, Chris Brown is finally showing some signs of maturity and adherence to laws of human civilization. He recently bowed down to the orders of the L.A. Building Department of Safety and removed the giant monster cartoons that he had gotten painted on the outside walls of his home in Hollywood Hills - something he would never voluntarily do.
And last week the "Don't Judge Me" crooner avoided some more legal wrath by presenting himself at a California court just 24 hours before the expiration of the deadline given to him by the judiciary. In this case, he has been accused of committing a hit-and-run felony, and the alleged incident took place back in May.
Because of Breezy's history, the press assumed he would show up on the final day, and so not many media reps were present when he visited the said jail in Van Nuys, California last Monday afternoon. The benefit of him changing his ways was that no fuss was made over his appearance, and the entire recognizance process was over in about 45 minutes.
The court's proceedings to the hit-and-run charge - to which he has pleaded not guilty - are scheduled to begin on April 15. In case of a conviction, he could face jail-time of as many as four years. But that won't be the only time Brown will be standing in front of a judge in the next few weeks. He has also allegedly violated the terms of his probation stemming from his infamous 2009 attack on the then-lover Rihanna, and the law enforcement authorities will soon address that issue too.