LOS ANGELES, Ca - More props for Chris Brown from the judge handling his case.
The singer has finished the domestic violence program he was ordered to take after pleading guilty to assaulting Rihanna, his girlfriend nearly two years ago.
The completion of the program means Brown will no longer have to show up in court every three months for a progress report.
When he was in for what turned out to be his last progress report hearing this past Friday, L.A.
Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg congratulated Brown for finishing the yearlong program.
Brown is serving five years of probation after his guilty plea last year.
He copped to assaulting Rihanna in a rented sports car as the couple drove from a party on Grammy eve.
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