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Chris Brown leaves rehab

CHRIS Brown has left rehab.

The 'Fine China' hitmaker recently completed 90 days of court-ordered treatment for anger issues but decided to remain in the facility in Malibu for a few extra days until he felt confident he wouldn't slip up again.

A source told HollywoodLife.com: "He's back home now and he feels good about it. After Chris left rehab, he headed to a music video shoot, where he broke out some impressive moves for his new single, 'Loyal.' "

Chris' friends and family, including his mother Joyce Hawkins, threw him a small homecoming party on Saturday night.

The insider said: "We had a low-key celebration for him. It was real quiet. A lot of hugs. A lot of thank yous. No big speeches although he said, 'Thank y'all for being there for me. Really appreciate all that. Love.' We weren't trying to turn it into a crying session, we just all wanted to be around him and uplift him and show him how proud of him we are."

The R&B singer was ordered to seek anger management instead of being sentenced to jail when his probation, stemming from his violent assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, was formally revoked as a result of an alleged assault on Parker Adams in Washington D.C. in October.

But the 'Forever' singer feels he has finally learnt to control his temper.

The source said: "He's trying to take what he learned with him about his anger and relationships with women and his mother and use those skills to make his relationships better."


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