Chris Brown reportedly thinks medical marijuana is the solution to his anger management issues.
Chris Brown allegedly wants to use medical marijuana to treat his anger management issues.
The singer on Wednesday was ordered to spend 90 days in rehab after throwing a rock through his mother’s car window while at a treatment facility seeking help for his fiery temper.
According to Radar Online, Chris is “complaining to friends that he should be allowed to take medical marijuana” to help him control his anger.
The drug is legal with a prescription in Chris’ home state of California. But apparently a judge had banned the star from medicating himself with THC following a series of legal troubles.
“They make Chris feel very numb and he felt that everything around him was fuzzy,” an insider said.
“He felt dull and thirsty all the time. He had been taking medical marijuana for the last several years, until the judge said Chris couldn’t take it beginning last summer. It was just another instance in which Chris felt he was being treated differently because of his celebrity status.”
Chris is reportedly telling friends he doesn’t feel he can “catch a break”.
The 24-year-old star remains on probation for his 2009 felony assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
A judge this week ruled the star violated the terms of the order with the incident in rehab and ordered Chris to undergo 90 days of anger management therapy at a live-in facility.
TMZ reports Chris only spent 13 days in the Malibu, California centre before being expelled following an explosive family counselling session.
As part of his sentencing, the pop singer must submit to drug testing at his facility and take any medications prescribed to him.
Chris will reportedly be permitted to fly to Washington D.C. for legal matters relating to his pending criminal assault case.
Alleged victim Isaac Parker accused the singer of punching him in the face when he tried to photobomb a picture the star was taking with a female fan.
The singer has pleaded not guilty but could reportedly face up to 180 days in jail and an additional four years in prison if it’s determined he violated his probation by punching his accuser.
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Thursday, 21. November 2013