Singer Chris Brown free after 108 days in jail
Shortly after his release, Chris Brown tweeted: "Humbled and Blessed...Back to the Music and the Fans...Thank you GOD."
The singer was released from a Los Angeles County jail on Monday, L.A. Sheriff's deputy Tony Moore told E! Online.
Brown, 25, has been in custody since mid-March (2014) for violating his probation stemming from his 2009 assault on Rihanna.
His release comes just under a month of his official sentencing on May 9, when L.A. Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin sentenced him to one year's jail; he received credit for 234 days of time already served and court-ordered rehab, which left him with 131 days to serve.
A number of factors were considered, though, and officials gave the R&B star an early release.
With his early release, Brown's probation has been extended to Jan 23, 2015, and he will be required to submit to random drug testing at least three times a week, take part in psychiatric counselling two times a week and attend outpatient therapy at least twice a week.
The extensive reporting for various tests come as no surprise, after doctors at the court-ordered rehab centre diagnosed the young star with bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and severe sleep deprivation in January (2014).
Don't mess this one up, Brown!
Source: E! Online