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Chris Brown Jailed After Getting Booted Out Of Anger Rehab

Recording artist Chris Brown arrives at the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
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A judge told Chris Brown that he would get jailed if he left anger management rehab. Well, guess what? The pop singer (infamous for his brutal beating of former girlfriend Rihanna) got booted out of rehab and is making his way to the big slammer, TMZ reported.

L.A. County Sheriff's deputies took Brown into custody today. He had been living at a Malibu rehab center for the past four months, but was kicked out this morning for violating the facility's rules. However, it's not clear at this moment which rules he broke, but it's not violence (surprising!) or drug-related, sources told TMZ.

A couple of different court cases come into play as to why Brown is being sent to jail, namely the 2009 Rihanna beating case and a recent assault case in Washington, D.C.

Brown was arrested last October and charged with a felony assault (but later dropped to a misdemeanor) for allegedly attacking a man outside of the W Hotel in D.C. Parker Isaac Adams filed a civil lawsuit against Brown and Brown's bodyguard for allegedly punching Adams in the face that day and leaving him with a broken nose. Adams claimed it all started because he asked to take a photo with Brown, according to Rolling Stone. Adams says Brown told him "I'm not down with that gay shit," and, "I feel like boxing." Other reports say that Adams tried jumping into a photo Brown was taking with two others fans.

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It didn't end there though. Even though Brown checked himself into anger rehab after the incident, he got thrown out two weeks later for reportedly pitching a rock through the window of his mother's car. A judge in the Rihanna case had ordered Brown to stay in rehab for another 90 days (which the pop star finished), but decided to tack on some more time at the facility until another assault case involving the singer in Washington, D.C. was finished, reported TMZ.

Guess Brown couldn't make it that far!