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After the Chris Brown incident with Rihanna, a restraining order was placed not allowing Brown to come within 100 yards of Rihanna, except for at special events (cant come within 10 yards).

On Friday, Chris Brown was in court for his routine progress report. During his last visit, Brown asked the judge to lift the restraining order. Get the details, after the jump.

Chris Brown arrived in court with his his attorney, Mark Geragos, and told Judge Patricia Schnegg that his client has completed his 52 week domestic violence counseling and was requesting that the restraining order against his client be removed.

With Brown and Rihanna both nominated for Grammy’s next month, it would be easier for him to attend and manuever. If the request is not granted, it will take extra work for organizers to work out seating, or maybe even ask Brown not to come.

Judge Schnegg did not immediately grant his request but did suggest a modification with the approval of Rihanna’s attorney, David Etra.

The judge allowed Geragos a moment to call Etra during a brief recess but unfortunately for Brown, Etra wanted to speak with his Rihanna before agreeing to the modification.

The decision to modify the restraining order will be filed with the court at a later date.


Do you think Rihanna will agree to have the restraining order lifted?