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UPDATE E! News has now learned that the woman who was seen with Chris Brown is Halli Sloan and works in public relations in Los Angeles.

According to a source, Sloan "was just walking him down the red carpet" and wasn't at the event as a guest.


Brown didn't let his two court hearings yesterday rain on his parade. 

The singer was spotted at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles merely hours after appearing before a judge for a possible probation violation. Brown was a surprise guest at the 9th annual Celebrate the Game Party, where he was joined by Snoop Dogg and child actor Corey Feldman.

Rihanna's ex appeared to be all smiles as he posed on the red carpet before heading into the event with a mystery gal.

Brown hugged the brunette, who was wearing a skintight white dress, and entered the party with her.

Perhaps he needed to dance his blues away. The 24-year-old did have a rough day in court, when a judge ruled to revoke his probation after reviewing details of hit-and-run charges that the Grammy winner is now facing.

The first hearing based on the misdemeanor charge was postponed until July 23 while another court date was set for Aug. 18 regarding his possible probation violation.

Brown spoke out about the hit-and-run incident yesterday via Twitter, saying, "I did everything I was suppose to do during the so called hit n run."

"I provided the correct info. There were no injuries or damages. C'mon!!" he added.

Chris Brown

Brown also gave a special shout-out to fans who've stuck by his side throughout his career.

"Love you Team Breezy," he said. "I hope people can actually see the truth."

Back on June 25, the City Attorney's office charged the "Fine China" singer with two criminal charges, hit-and-run as well as driving without a valid license. The charges stem from an incident back on May 21 where Brown hit another car and allegedly refused to give his driver's license number and then left the scene.

Brown faces a maximum punishment of six months in jail and $1,000 fine for each offense.

(Originally published on July 16 at 1:30 p.m.)

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