Chris Brown went before a judge for the first time in a year on Monday after testing positive for marijuana while on probation.
The singer tested positive during a random drug screening in his hometown, Richmond, but Chris provided the judge with a medicinal marijuana prescription.
Now Chris faces a hearing in November to determine whether he violated his probation for the 2009 felony assault on his then-girlfriend, Rihanna.
Perhaps Chris' biggest supporter during this probation hearing? Rihanna herself.
The "We Found Love" singer tweeted at Breezy before he appeared in court, "I'm praying for you and wishing u the best today!"
He responded, "Thank u so much."
While weighing the impact of his positive drug test, the judge told Chris, "You are not an average person who can sit in their living room and do what you want to do. You are not only in the public eye, but you are on probation. ... [I]f you violate any laws or orders, then you're subject to a probation violation."
The judge also noted that Chris' community service logs from Virginia were "somewhat cryptic" and needed more review.
"A lot of people look up to you -- a lot of kids," the judge said. "What you do and what you say impacts other people."
Are former couple Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana back on?
The pair were spotted on a movie date in West Hollywood just months after they quietly split in March. Bradley, 37, and Zoe, 34, had only a three-month romance.
"Bradley had his arm around Zoe the whole time and she nestled her head into his shoulder," a witness told Us Weekly. "They didn't make any effort to hide the fact that they were together."
The pair met on the set of "The Words" in 2011 and were first seen as a couple on New Year's Eve.
'Feelin' so Good'
Jennifer Lopez should be able to breathe a sigh of relief.
A $10 million lawsuit filed against the singer two years ago has been dismissed.
The lawsuit started when J.Lo's ex-husband Ojani Noa was working on a film called "I Owe JLo" that was set to show intimate details about the singer and her failed marriage to Ojani.
Jen's team sent cease-and-desist letters to Ojani and his business partner, and the filmmakers claimed she interfered with the film's production, causing it to be "unmarketable," thus the lawsuit.
So now, years later, the lawsuit was thrown out and the film went nowhere. So that would be a big win-win for J.Lo and her privacy.