2 November 2012, 12:24
The 'Turn Up The Music' star has also been granted permission to head out on his upcoming 'Carpe Diem' tour.
Chris Brown has been told that he is to remain on supervised probation until he completes his upcoming 'Carpe Diem' world tour.
The 'With You' singer was back in court yesterday (1st November) for a hearing with the judge – who granted him permission to head out on a series of European tour dates this month.
Judge Patricia Schnegg has ordered the R&B star to return for a further hearing in early 2013 to offer an update on his progress after the outing.
During one moment of the hearing, Chris attempted to speak out before being told to remain quiet by his lawyer Mark Geragos.
In the video, obtained by TMZ, Chris is told: "I don't dance, you don't talk," by his representative before the judge added: " We would like to see you dance, Mr. Geragos."
Before his appearance in court back in September, Chris was wished well by Rihanna as he faced questioning over a failed drugs test.
The 'Don't Wake Me Up' singer has most recently been linked with rekindling his romance with his former girlfriend, and the pair embraced for the first time in public since 2009 at this year's MTV Video Music Awards.
Chris' 'Carpe Diem' world tour will kick off in Oslo on 17th November.