Chris Brown was sentenced to another 131 days in jail Friday, after admitting to a judge in Los Angeles he violated his probation by getting into an altercation outside a hotel in Washington, D.C., last year.
Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin sentenced Brown to serve a year in county jail, but gave him credit for nearly eight months, according to the Associated Press. Those eight months include time Brown spent in rehab and jail, as well as credits for good behavior.
Those are a couple words one rarely hears in a sentence about Chris Brown -- "good" and "behavior."
Brown's sentence could be cut more once sheriff's officials tally his sentence and determine whether he's eligible for early release.
In other words, he may be on tour by the end of the week.
Brown's attorney Mark Geragos said his client would be quickly released.
"I think Chris has learned quite a bit through this experience," Geragos said. "And I'm anxious to see how he does. As I think everybody else is."
Brown was on probation for assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna just hours before the 2009 Grammy Awards. In October, while on probation, Brown and a bodyguard allegedly attacking a man outside a Washington, D.C., hotel. He was charged with misdemeanor assault.
According to the Associated Press, Brown admitted Friday he committed a crime in that case and waived his rights to an evidentiary hearing in which prosecutors would have to prove that Brown violated his probation.
Brown has been in custody since mid-March, after he was being expelled from a court-ordered rehab sentence for violating its rules.
Brandlin said Brown will have to complete the remainder of his 1,000 hours of community labor once he is released from jail. As of early February, Brown had 800 hours of community labor remaining.
Brown, 25, will remain on probation until Jan. 23, 2015.