This morning, Chris Brown was released from federal custody, a Los Angeles deputy confirmed to the media.
The LA Sheriff’s deputy Tony Moore told the Associated Press that the 25-year-old “Loyal” singer was released in the wee hours of Monday (12:01 a.m., to be exact), but was unable to give further details.
Brown had been in custody since mid-March after he was expelled from a court ordered rehab sentence in Malibu, which was a instant violation of his probation.
Last month, Superior Court Judge James R. Brandin ordered [Brown] to remain in jail for 131 days, but got credit for spending 116 days in rehab and another 59 days behind bars.
Brown still has his D.C. assault trial pending and that should begin in the next few months.
He also tweeted his fans about feeling blessed and revealed he’s ready to get back into the studio:
I guess he won’t be retiring anytime soon!