Rapper Chris Brown has been released from rehab but is set to continue with community service.
The 24-year-old singer checked into rehab on October 30, after he was involved in an alleged fight in Washington in which he reportedly assaulted a man.
Brown was in the rehab centre for 16 days undergoing anger management treatment, reported TMZ online.
Brown's lawyer, Mark Geragos, said his client would continue with out-patient therapy. Brown is now set to continue his community service from his charges relating to assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
Brown may be facing further community service or even jail time. The rapper is due to appear in court in Los Angeles in order to deal with the felony charges against him.
These result from an incident on October 27 when Brown and his bodyguard allegedly assaulted a man in Washington DC. Their alleged victim, Isaac Parker, attempted to jump into a photograph a fan was taking of Brown and a female fan.
Brown, reportedly, turned on Parker and assaulted him leaving him with facial injuries which needed hospital treatment. If Brown is found guilty, he may face up to four years in prison.