Even though former Color Me Badd singer Bryan Abrams has been charged with domestic violence four times within the last seven years, he still doesn’t know how his probation works.
According to reports, the 90s R&B star pleaded guilty to one count of domestic abuse in April 2012 but failed to attend his court-ordered counseling and community service.
In response, the “I Wanna Sex You Up” performer showed up to his mandatory court hearing on Wednesday pushing a walker and complaining about his failing health.
Abrams’ attorney Matt Swain said his client could not fulfilled the terms of his probation because he’s been trying to lose weight and recently had hip surgery.
“But he wanted everyone to know that he’s sober, he’s trying to get his life back together right now,” Swain said. “The health problems he’s had … have kind of derailed his life.”
As for his case, Swain added that Abrams will “continue his counseling.”
“He’s got court costs to pay and community service still to do,” he said. “We’re hopeful he can make progress between now and January.”
Abrams also shared his health story with his Twitter followers last week. “Just wanna let you know as of today, I am walking with no cane, no limp & NO PAIN!! Oh it’s on now!” he wrote.
He’s due back in court after the new year.
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