Chris Brown has been granted a one day, get out of rehab card to help support Brooklyn Project and Black Pyramid’s first Annual Toy Drive.
The singer, who is currently in a three-month, court-ordered residential rehab program, will host the event on Sunday, December 22 in Los Angeles. Fans are encouraged to come out and greet the 24-year-old and bring a brand new, unwrapped toy for an underprivileged boy or girl.
On Monday, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin revoked Brown’s probation after the singer’s recent arrest stemming from the altercation in Washington D.C. Brown faced a misdemeanor assault charge after allegedly hitting a man in the face in front of the W Hotel in D.C.
Brandlin did not order Brown to be taken into custody because the singer is already in a rehab program and according to the judge, he is pleased with Chris’ progress.