In a reported attempt to regain his "good guy" image and learn to control his aggression, Chris Brown is taking anger management classes.
The troubled R&B singer, who allegedly left his girlfriend Rihanna with a bloodied and bruised face after an altercation, reportedly attended his first anger management class on Monday. "Chris doesn't actually have to go by law," a Brown source told the NY Daily News, "but he believes it will make him look better to the public, and he wants to try to get in a few classes before March 5," when the "Forever" singer is due to appear in court on charges of making felony criminal threats.
Rihanna, who celebrated her 21st birthday on Friday, is reportedly set to appear in court to testify. "She'll be there -- she has to testify," explained the source. The source added that although Brown faces charges of a felony, he most likely won't face time in lockdown. "If Chris in convicted, it would be his first offense. He won't go to prison."