More fallout from Chris Brown's arrest this past weekend.
His publicist said in a statement the singer - shown here Monday after a court hearing - will enter a rehab facility.
Brown and a bodyguard are accused of assaulting a man outside a Washington D.C. hotel.
Felony charges originally filed in the incident were reduced to misdemeanors.
The singer's attorney denies any wrong doing
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AMC says it has renewed "The Walking Dead" for a fifth season.
The popular cable program follows a group of survivors of a zombie apocalypse.
Some more detail has emerged concerning the Jonas Brothers breakup.
E! News reports that a source close to the boy band says there is no ill will among the siblings.
The source says the guys just all wanted different things.
Nick, Joe and Kevin recently canceled a planned 19-show national tour after a disagreement on musical direction.
And then in another ominous development - their official group Twitter account was deactivated.
(Dave Stewart for CNN's Hollywood Minute)