Things are looking up for Breezy.
A Los Angeles judge praised Chris Brown for his glowing probation report when he appeared in court for a hearing Wednesday.
And the singer’s doctor also applauded the 25-year-old’s commitment to his treatment.
Earlier this year Chris – who is paying the price for his 2009 assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna—was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and PTSD.
In a letter obtained by CNN, the unnamed doctor told the probation officer that he has seen the star for “bi-weekly” sessions for “outpatient treatment” since June 9, 2014.
“To date, Mr. Brown has consistently attended his scheduled sessions, and has been an active and willing participant in these aspects of treatment.”
The doctor also noted that the singer had been “compliant with the psychotropic medications prescribed and tested negative on each and every urine drug screen.”
In addition to “maintaining his sobriety” Chris has been “developing skills that promote personal growth.”
The doctor even went on to say it is a “pleasure” working with Breezy who has also been trying to complete his community service by the cut off date of January 23 next year.
According to CNN the judge praised Brown for his report and even agreed to reduce his drug tests from three to two a week.
Way to go Chris!
And Breezy was in such a good mood yesterday that he posted a video of himself doing a spoof version of Sam Smith’s Stay With Me on his Instagram page.
Check out his rather – uh-hum – not-so romantic take on the song…