Chris Brown is still logging community service hours to complete probation in his Rihanna assault case, and it looks like those hours could make it difficult to keeep up with his busy schedule, including a planned fall tour with Trey Songz.
Breezy was back in court in Los Angeles on Thursday for a progress report, and according to TMZ his community labor sessions were increased to four days a week, for approximately eight hours a day, so that he could finish up by January.
The judge reprimanded him for violating probation by getting a speeding ticket, and amazingly enough, even TMZ felt bad for him, for once, suggesting the court should cut Breezy a break. Maybe, TMZ head Harvey Levin didn't like being called a "devil" who was out to "destroy" him.
Chris Brown announced that he and Trey Songz would be hitting the road together this fall, which means that he'll probably be juggling a heavy rehearsal schedule, along with those community service hours. He's also set to perform at the Soul Train Awards on November 7.
Last month Breezy explained to MTV News' Sway Calloway that he's also been attending regular therapy sessions for treatment. Hear him explain it in the video below.