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Chris Brown Club Trouble After Rihanna Case Sentencing!

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Chris Brown, 20, has tongues wagging over his decision to go out clubbing after court sentencing for the assault of Rihanna. Brown high-tailed it to Guys & Dolls hours after the terms of his probation and community service were set down in a California court.

A protective order barring contact with Rihanna was also reinforced. Brown's probation stipulates he "abstain from the use of all alcoholic beverages and stay out of places where they are the chief item of sale", according to E! News.

Los Angeles Probation Department spokeswoman Kari Webb said that if Brown broke his probation by being at a "21 and up" establishment, "it won't be taken lightly", adding: "Any time you break the law, you’re in violation.

"If you break the law, you’re in trouble." The website says John Carr of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control said Guys & Dolls holds a Type 48 liquor license, which makes it a bar or nightclub and that no one under 21 can legally be on the premises unless they have been hired as a performer.

Carr added that even if an under-age entertainer is working in a bar or nightclub, they are required by law to stay in an area where no alcohol is being served or consumed. Brown was not seen drinking anything but water, while his table ordered 10 bottles of champagne, E! says.

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