Looks like Chris Brown’s luck just ran out.
After a supposed hit and run incident put Brown back in the hot seat in May, it seems his troubled past is catching up with him.
Before the decision came down, he took to Twitter to thank his fans for their support and begged them to “pray.”
The singer swears he has complied with all requirements from the hit and run and the victim is reportedly reluctant to press charges. Still, the judge agreed with the District Attorney and revoked his probation Monday afternoon.
Perhaps he should have been more cooperative with the city when they asked him to stop tagging his house?
Luckily, he wasn’t hauled off to jail, but instead was released on his own recognizance.
Now, he has to appear before a judge to plead his case next month in hopes of convincing the court he has not violated his probation. If he has, he faces up to four years in prison.