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On Wednesday, Bobby Brown turned himself into authorities after pleading no contest to both his February 2013 DUI and driving with a suspended license offences.
Yahoo News reports that the New Edition singer will serve a 55-day sentence in an LA County jail.
Prior to his October 2012 arrest in the San Fernando Valley, Brown was serving probation for a similar offense from early 2012. On March 26, 2012 the former singer was arrested in the San Fernando Valley on DUI related charges.
Steve Whitmore, a sheriff’s spokesman from LA, told L.A Now that Brown will most likely serve a reduced two-week stint of his sentenced “55 days” due to the overcrowding in jail and if Brown, of course, displays good behavior.
After completing his sentence, he also must partake in an 18-month alcohol-treatment program and Alcoholics Anonymous as part of his probation.
With his many run-ins with the law, this could very well be the end to Brown's self-professed "Prerogative" as he now serves his time.
UPDATE: TMZ reports Brown was released after 9 hours in jail due to overcrowding.