Troubled singer Bobby Brown's driving licence has been suspended following his arrest in Los Angeles last month (Oct12).
The New Edition star, who checked into rehab in August (12) to seek treatment for his addiction issues, was taken into custody on suspicion of drink driving for the second time this year (2012) on 24 October.
He was later charged for the crime and also for driving on a restricted licence and driving a car without a vehicle interlock device; both latter charges related to his last Dui bust in March (12).
The singer has pleaded not guilty to the first count, prompting a U.S. judge to revoke his earlier probation and driving privileges. He was additionally ordered to attend Alcoholic Anonymous recovery meetings, reports Tmz.com.
Brown is set to return to court next month (Dec12). If convicted on the new charges, he faces up to two years behind bars.
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