Isn’t that what they always say? LOLz!
Bobby Brown has pled "not guilty" after his recent DUI in October. At the time, he was also charged with driving with a restricted license and also driving a car that didn’t have a breathalyzer device in it.
The last two stipulations were a result of his second DUI this year, and third ever.
If the court finds that Bobby is indeed guilty, he could get
Bobby Brown finally realized what friends, family, and Bobbi Kristina have been saying all along: his drinking has to stop!
Thanks to his newest DUI, Whitney Houston's troubled ex-husband is ready to seek help for his addictions before it's too late. Bobby's pals say that this time he's taking it seriously, and actually WANTS to go.
A source explains:
Bobby Brown went and got another DUI this week. He may end up in a fair amount of legal trouble, but worst of all, he's disappointed his family and friends once again.
Bobbi Kristina, for example, had seen this coming months ago. When asked if her father was rising above his alcoholism, she was not optimistic and said "not at all."
Although he has proven her right and everyone he cares about is "at their wits end" with him, this might be the reality check that he needed to finally take deal with his demons.
Bobby Brown is back on the bottle again.
Less than two months after proclaiming his sobriety to 14,000 fans, Whitney Houston's ex-husband has once again been arrested for driving under the influence.
He was pulled over on an El Lay street around 1 a.m. this morning after cops spotted him driving erratically.
So sad because this is the SECOND time this has happened in less than a year. After pleading "no contest" to DUI charges last April, he entered rehab last summer, but quit the program just three weeks in.
He felt he didn't "need treatment anymore," which was clearly not the case.
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We were hoping that Bobby Brown was serious about getting sober for the sake of his friends, family and New Edition bandmates, but it sounds like he's already falling back into old habits.
The 43-year-old entered rehab to treat his alcoholism earlier this month following his "no contest" plea to driving under the influence. While he was supposed to complete a 90-day program, the singer has left the facility after just three weeks. A source broke the unfortunate news by saying:
Three months after pleading "no contest" to a DUI, Bobby Brown has decided to enter rehab to treat his alcoholism.
Whitney Houston's ex-husband finally admitted he needed help and admitted himself into the facility because "he realized he couldn’t do it on his own.”
Sources added that Brown