Chris Brown has had a very busy year.
The 24-year-old singer's probation was reinstated Friday afternoon in Los Angeles Supreme Court. Brown was also assigned 1,000 hours of community labor "under the original terms and conditions" of his court appearance in August 2009.
Brown was on probation after a physical altercation in 2009 with then-girlfriend Rihanna. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to serve five years probation and assigned 1,400 hours of "labor-oriented" community service and was required to participate in a domestic violence education program. However, the singer was accused of not completing the community service that was originally assigned to him.
Prosecutors accused Brown of not completing the community labor in a court filing in February 2013. District attorney Jackie Lacey reported that Brown's documentation of the labor he claimed to have completed was sloppy and that he was not in town on some of the dates he reported.
In January 2013, Brown got into an alleged assault with singer Frank Ocean that could have violated Brown's probation, but Ocean decided not to press charges.
Then in June, Brown was involved in an accident on a Los Angeles street after allegedly rear-ending a Mercedes. The owner of the vehicle, Olga Gure, told investigators that Brown refused to show her his driver's license and then screamed at her when she took a photograph of the singer and girlfriend Karrueche Tran to document the scene.
Brown later complained about the incident on Twitter, saying that he felt the hit-and-run claim was "ridiculous" and that Gure "saw cameras and wanted to make a scene." He was charged with two misdemeanor counts; one for driving without a license and one for a hit-and-run.
On July 15, a judge revoked Brown's probation after reviewing the details of the hit-and-run incident, but the singer was not ordered to go to jail.
Brown's lawyer confirmed this week that Gure did not want to pursue the charges, and that she did not get any money in her settlement with the singer.
Brown recently tweeted that he was considering leaving music and that he was "tired of being famous for a mistake I made when I was 18."