Chris Brown Arrested and Jailed, Again           

The 24-year-old singer was arrested for a probation violation after being thrown out of a Malibu rehab facility.  

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Chris Brown

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Embattled R&B crooner Chris Brown is in trouble again.

There are multiple reports out of Los Angeles that Brown has been jailed without bail after violating the terms of his probation.

According to the gossip website TMZ, the 24-year-old singer was booted from the rehab facility where he has been living for the last four months.

Initially, Brown was ordered to stay in the Malibu, Calif., facility for 90 days to get anger-management therapy by the judge who ruled over Brown's physical assault of then-girlfriend Rihanna.

The stint would have been completed earlier this month but the singer and his bodyguard were arrested in Washington, D.C., in October for allegedly assaulting a man who photo-bombed a picture Brown was taking with friends. 

At Brown's last court hearing, the California judge modified his rehab sentence and ordered Brown to stay in the facility until the D.C., assault was settled, TMZ reports.

The rehab deal was made under the condition that the singer couldn't leave the rehab facility, and if he did he would be arrested and thrown in jail.

According to TMZ's sources, Brown was thrown out of the rehab facility Friday morning for violating "internal rules." It is unclear exactly what Brown did while in the facility to get kicked out, but TMZ reports that it didn't involve violence or drugs. This also isn't the first time Brown has been asked to leave rehab, as he was thrown out of a different facility late last year for throwing a rock through his mother's car window after a scheduled counseling session.

TMZ also reports that earlier this month Brown was caught having an "an inappropriate relationship" with a female worker, but that was not the reason that he was put out of the facility.

Brown was arrested by the L.A. County Sheriff's deputies hours after being released.

Read more at TMZ.

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