Chris Brown has been going through the ringer lately, with highly publicized hearings and court dates, a recent four month sentence for a probation violation, and even more recently, a lawsuit for surrounding (yet another) assault. This is nothing new for Breezy though, he's a magnet for legal troubles.

Nonetheless, the singer received some reprieve early this morning, when he was released from L.A. county jail at 12:01 AM. Los Angeles Sheriff's deputy Tony Moore relayed the news to the AP, however more details were scarce.

Brown had been held in custody for since March, following his expulsion from rehab which resulted in breaking his probation. Although it was just last month that the judge sentenced Brown to 131 more days behind bars, it appears that Brown was eligible for an early release. The singer still has 1,000 hours of community service to complete.

We'll update you when more details become available. Brown is already back on his socials, tweeting out that it's time to get back to the music and the fans. See his tweets below.