Chris Brown was booted from rehab after getting too close to the ladies

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Chris Brown spent the weekend in jail after getting kicked out of rehab, which in turn violated his parole and put out an immediate arrest warrant in his name. But why did it happen? Did he throw a chair through a window? Beat anyone up? Not quite, but he did violate some internal rules, particular the one imposed particularly on Chris: to stay at least two feet away from the women at the facility at all times. Oops!

The rehab facility imposed the 2-foot rule because of the Rihanna case — specifically, that he beat her.  The people who run the facility imposed the highly unusual rule, and we’re told Chris violated it by touching elbows and hands with a woman.

As for the 2 other violations, we’re told Chris left the facility last week on an authorized outing, but when he returned he was told to submit to a random drug test and he refused.  Our sources say he later took the test and the results were negative, but the initial refusal was a violation of rules.

And the third violation … the facility claims Chris made a mockery of rehab during a group session with some harsh comments.

Our sources say Chris was also in some sort of sexual encounter with a woman at the facility at the beginning of the month, but for some reason that is not part of the basis for booting him.

Frankly, he should be thrown in a cell with no key to get him out, but we all know money talks and that won’t end up happening, so I suppose we’ll all just have to deal with it for now. Who knows what they’ll do with him next. My guess is he’ll be headed back to rehab, even if it’s another facility.
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Monday, March 17th, 2014 at 12:12pm
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