Chris Brown to stay on probation
Los Angeles - A judge on Thursday ordered Chris Brown to remain on supervised probation and make another court appearance after he completes an overseas tour.
Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg did not address questions raised at a previous hearing about whether the R&B singer had completed the terms of his community labour sentence.
A prosecutor said a report filed for Thursday's hearing did not add additional details about Brown's service as previously requested by the court. Brown is scheduled to return to court on January 17.
'I don't dance, you don't talk'
Brown remains on supervised probation for felony assault for an attack on Rihanna in 2009.
In September, officials in Brown's home state of Virginia reported that the singer completed six months of community labour, but the judge called those records "somewhat cryptic" at the time.
Brown is scheduled to begin a tour that spans several countries including South Africa on 14 November.
Brown appeared at the hearing along with his mother and attorney Mark Geragos. He did not speak during the proceedings, and when he attempted to at one point during discussions of his schedule, Geragos joked, "I don't dance, you don't talk."