Chris Brown back to rehab

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Chris Brown is again headed to anger management rehab after he reportedly threw a rock through the window of his mom’s car.

Ironically, he did it after they were in a joint counseling session during which she suggested he remain in treatment, according to The Associated Press.

Now he will be spending three months trying to quell the demons in his soul via group therapy, self-reflection and possibly shiatsu massage.

A Southern California judge also ordered him to do 24 hours of community labor per week and get drug tested regularly.

Despite the various assault charges he has racked up since he was placed on probation for beating Rihanna, he has not been sent to prison – though “more sanctions” could be down the pike.

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QUICK TAKES

Sylvia Browne, the TV psychic from “The Montel Williams Show,” died. She was 77.

One Direction heartthrob (and Taylor Swift ex) Harry Styles went on a dinner date with Kendall Jenner.

Ex-pop star Aaron Carter filed for bankruptcy. He is more than $2 million in debt.

A judge ruled that Amanda Bynes is competent to stand trial for her DUI charge.

Adam Brody and Leighton Meester confirmed that they are in fact engaged.

Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino is reportedly the target of a federal investigation into his financial dealings.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Actress Scarlett Johansson (“Don Jon”) is 29.

Actress Jamie Lee Curtis (“Halloween”) is 55.

Musician Steven Van Zandt is 63.

Tennis pro Billie Jean King is 70.

Director Terry Gilliam (“Brazil”) is 73.

Actor Robert Vaughn (“Hustle”) is 81.Chris BrownFeaturesGossip

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