A judge has revoked singer Chris Brown's probation in light of the singer's arrest in Washington, DC last October when he allegedly assaulted a man after he was photobombed.

E! News reports that the singer is to remain in custody at the treatment center where he's been residing and must complete his required 24 hours a week of community service, stay on his meds and abstain from marijuana (medical or otherwise).

L.A. Superior Court Judge James Brandlin told E! News that he was "(p)leased he is doing well in the program and for that reason the court is not included to take the defendant into custody."

Brown appeared in court Monday sporting a blond buzzcut and was accompanied by attorney Mark Geragos. He slipped past the media along with girlfriend Karrueche Tran as he exited the courtroom.

The singer's next hearing is scheduled for Feb. 10.