The D.A. in Los Angeles County has asked the courts to revoke his probation from the Rhianna abuse situation due to the Hit and Run he did back in may.
According to Docs obtained by TMZ The D.A. is asking for the revocation based on charges being filed against Brown in connection with a hit-and-run last May. Brown left the scene without forking over a California driver’s license and proper insurance info.
The D.A.’s legal docs claim Brown “willfully and unlawfully” broke the law in the hit-and-run case. And, law enforcement sources tell us, even if the L.A. City Attorney ultimately agrees to drop the hit-and-run case because the victim doesn’t want it prosecuted, the D.A. will press on because Brown has a duty to obey all laws as a condition to his probation.
The D.A.’s documents asks the judge to revoke his probation and immediately remand him into custody. But we’ve learned that’s a standard request and when the D.A. goes to court today at 1:30 PM PT, they will not ask the judge to haul Chris to jail, even though that is what they are pushing for. ***Updated***** He will not be prosecuted for the Hit and Run….But his Probation has been revoked and will have to appear in court in August to answer to those charges…. Sad!