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Judge revokes Chris Brown’s probation for hit-and-run

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Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Brandlin revoked R&B singer Chris Brown’s probation during a court hearing on Monday, July 15 due to a hit-and-run incident. Another hearing for Brown’s case will take place on August 16.

Brown’s latest brush with the law occurred May 12 when he rear-ended a car stopped at a red light in San Fernando Valley. Brown’s companion gave her driver’s license to the other driver, a woman identified only as Olga G. by court documents; however, Brown only gave an expired insurance card to the woman via his lawyer several days after the collision.

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