The troubled star will also be tested for drugs regularly in addition to being medicated.
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• Days after Chris Brown was kicked out of rehab for reportedly throwing a rock through his mother's car window, a judge has ordered the singer back to rehab. Yesterday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Brandlin ordered Brown to receive three additional months of anger management treatment. During his upcoming stint, Brown will be tested for drugs and must be medicated. He will also be required to complete 24 hours of community service a week. Brown is prohibited from leaving California, except for his upcoming court appearance in Washington, D.C.— for an October incident that originally landed him in rehab. In December, another judge will decide if Brown's probation should be revoked. [E! Online]
• Solange Knowles will be keeping busy in the coming months. Not only will the singer be preparing new music from own record label, she's been named art director of Puma. "It is in my new role that I am able to express my love for not only design but the conception of creative ideas, and the execution of them by curating talented teams," she said in a statement. [YBF]
• Beyoncé and Jay Z may be planning something special for fans. According to Irv Gotti, the wife and husband team are set to cause a frenzy with the release of a new song. "They about to f***k the world up again!" tweeted Gotti. "Amazing these 2 are. #drunklove @Beyonce and my brother Hov. Incredible." [Irv Gotti Twitter]
• It's official. Martin Lawrence and Kelsey Grammar will star opposite each other in the upcoming FX comedy, Braddock & Jackson. The two play lawyers from different backgrounds who become partners. The show is slated to kick off with 10 episodes. There's no word on when fans can expect to see the collaboration. [EURweb]