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Chris Brown served 108 days in prison, and it appears that life behind bars was kind to the rapper.
On Thursday, just three days after his release, the 25-year-old looked to have been a fan of prison fare as he showed off a fuller physique at a party thrown for him celebrating his freedom.
Brown’s girlfriend Karrueche Tran was spotted leading him blindfolded to an ‘out of jail party’ she organised for him and his closest friends in Beverly Hills
Tran wore a figure hugging white dress and tan stilettos as she led her beau by the hand to the party.
The Look At Me now singer’s eyes were covered by a red bandanna as he sported camouflage fatigues, made up of a large button down shirt and matching shorts.
Attendees at the party included T Pain, Tyga, Amber Rose, Akon and Lil Romeo.
During the festivities Brown could be seen smiling and chatting with friends, clearly thrilled to be enjoying life on the outside.
This is the first time Brown has been seen since his release on Monday June 2.
Upon his release, the troubled star took to Twitter to post a message to his 13.5 million followers: ‘Humbled and Blessed’.
While he may be enjoying his freedom now that he’s out of the slammer, it seems that it could wellbe fleeting.
TMZ reports that the prosecutor in his Washington, DC assault case, which dates all the way backto last October, is pushing for an early trial date.
Despite his insistence that his admission of violating his probation was actually referring specifically to his assault on Rihanna in 2009 and was not in relation to the Washington, DC case, the prosecutor is arguing that the admission still stands.
Documents obtained by TMZ, which were filed by the US Attorney for the District Of Columbia on Wednesday, reveal that the judge has been asked to make June 25 the start date of the trail rather than just a status conference.
The prosecutor argues that the admission of violating his probation does count in this case and therefore the trial should begin straightaway.
The decision has now been left in the hands of the judge presiding over the case, and, if he agrees, the star will be back in court in DC in as little as three weeks.