Brown appeared in court today (Monday) for the hearing. He was ordered to return for a court appearance in August when a judge will determine if he actually violated his probation.
Earlier reports from TMZ say that since Brown fled the scene of a hit-and-run last May without handing over a California driver's license and proper proof of insurance, he technically "willingfully and unlawfully" broke the law, which goes against the conditions of his probation.
The victim of the hit-and-run doesn't want Chris to go to prison over the accident and appeared in court this afternoon to support Brown against the D.A.'s allegations of Brown violating his probation.
Brown tweeted earlier "I did everything I was suppose to do during the so called hit n run, I provided the correct info. There were no injuries or damages. C'mon!!"
If the judge finds that Chris violated his probation, he faces four years in prison.
TAYLOR SWIFT: The "Floodgates" Are Open
Taylor Swift is in full-on writing mode for her next album.
She tells Rolling Stone, "The floodgates just opened the last couple weeks. I'm getting to that point where I'm irritating to be around because I'll be with you for half the conversation and then the second half of the conversation I'm clearly editing the second verse of whatever I'm writing in my head."
But don't expect a repeat of Red. Taylor says, "I think that the idea of having a different approach to every single one of my albums is so exciting to me. I never want to make the same record twice. Why do it? What's the point?"
She brings her Red tour to Philadelphia on Friday and Saturday.