This week one pop star reveals all (literally), another is released from jail, and another faces racism allegations.
Singer Chris Brown was released from the Los Angeles County Jail early Monday morning.
R&B singer Chris Brown has been ordered to 131 days in jail after admitting that he violated his probation.
The singer reportedly made troubling remarks during a group therapy talk where he discussed his use of guns and knives.
Chris Brown’s trial on an assault charge in Washington has been delayed for months.
A judge has set Monday as the start date for the assault trial of singer Chris Brown in the nation’s capital.
Chris Brown has been taken into custody by the U.S. Marshals Service and will be transported to Washington, D.C., for an upcoming misdemeanor assault trial, an official announced Thursday.
Chris Brown’s attorney has asked a Los Angeles judge to block an order that would transfer the jailed R&B singer to Washington, D.C., for his upcoming misdemeanor assault trial.
Singer Chris Brown will spend another month in jail after a judge said Monday he was told the singer made troubling comments in rehab about being good at using guns and knives.
Chris Brown has been arrested in connection with an alleged probation violation, law enforcement officials confirmed to CBS2 on Friday.
A California judge ordered Chris Brown to remain in an anger-management rehab program and told the pop singer to return to court in two months.
A man who says singer Chris Brown punched him during an altercation outside a Washington hotel has filed a civil lawsuit against the singer and his bodyguard.
A judge says Chris Brown should remain in a rehabilitation facility and turned down a prosecutor’s motion to have the R&B singer jailed over an arrest in Washington, D.C. last year.
A judge on Monday revoked probation for singer Chris Brown stemming from his 2009 assault on then-girlfriend and R&B artist Rihanna.
For at least one day, a downtown Los Angeles courthouse may have been the top place in the city to spot a Hollywood celebrity.