Hours after he was formally sentenced to five years probation for assaulting Rihanna, the 20-year-old R 'n' B singer is spotted singing and dancing at a West Hollywood nightclub.
Chris Brown has gone from a courthouse to a Hollywood hot spot in a matter of hours. On the same day he received his formal sentencing, the 20-year-old dropped by popular West Hollywood lounge, Guys and Dolls, where according to Us magazine he danced and sang to Michael Jackson's "Dirty Diana".
Recalling the Tuesday (August 25) night's impromptu performance of Brown, clubgoer Cory Honickman said, "He stood up on the back of the booth when the song came on, got a mic and not only sung, but danced his a-- off. It was insane and no one could look away. He is incredibly talented." Us further claimed the R 'n' B artist ended his performance, telling the crowd, "There was only one King of Pop. We love you, Michael."
Providing more detailed info on Brown's night out, People reported that the "With You" singer came to the L.A. hot spot with a group of friends and bodyguards. An unnamed source told the publication that Brown was in good mood that night. "He didn't seem to care at all that everyone was watching him," the source shared. "He was in a totally good mood, just hanging out with his buddies. Then all of a sudden he decided to put on a little show. Everyone went wild."
Earlier that day, Chris Brown was formally sentenced to five years probation in a Los Angeles courtroom as a result of his altercation with ex-girlfriend Rihanna. During the proceedings, he was ordered to complete 180 days community labor which will be personally supervised by the chief of police in his hometown of Richmond, Virginia.
Brown is also required to report to a probation officer in Los Angeles and return to California every three months. He is expected to come back in court November 19 to provide update on his status to judge Patricia Schnegg. He is ordered not to contact Rihanna for the next five years as well. His probation period will be over on August 25, 2014.