Orlando Brown Walks Around Barefoot With Boxed Wine After A Week In Rehab

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Actor Orlando Brown poses at Shaquille O'Neal's childrens benefit 'Shaqtacular VIII' held at the Santa Monica Airport on September 20, 2003 in Santa Monica, California.

Orlando Brown is back at it again.

It appears as if "That's So Raven" actor Orlando Brown's recent stint in rehab didn't last too long.

In a newly surfaced video, the actor was seen walking around barefoot in the streets with what appears to be a box of wine while a man follows him with a camera, threatening to knock out Brown if he comes near his home. According to reports, Brown only lasted a week in rehab before he left and stayed at his friend's house. However, it's clear that his friend wanted Brown out of his home immediately. The man behind the camera is heard telling Brown to get off his property before he gets "knocked the f*ck out."

The video comes two weeks after Brown's friends staged an intervention urging him to go to the help that he needed in life. Although he accepted, it clearly didn't work out entirely as planned. 

Brown's had several run-ins with the law over the past year. Most recently, he had a warrant issued for his arrest in September after he skipped court for a drug possession charge. He was later sentenced to 23 days behind bars for possession of crystal meth and burglary case. Earlier this year, he was arrested in his underwear by bounty hunters in Las Vegas after he failed to show up to court. However, that was in connection to a case involving an alleged domestic assault. 


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