Chris Brown is staying put, for the time being.

A source tells E! News exclusively that even though the R&B superstar has completed his court-ordered 90 days in rehab, a judge ordered him to stay at the facility for further treatment.

Brown's rep declined to comment.

The 24-year-old was on hand on Friday evening when he was honored by 2nd Call, an L.A. community group, for his work with the organization and his own Symphonic Love Foundation and Unity Campaign.

Another source tells E! News that Brown arrived through a side door at the event at around 7 p.m, sporting a white cardigan over a white dress shirt, a green skinny tie, dark jeans and black shoes.

"2nd Call honors tonight.. Really inspiring!," Brown shared on Instagram. He also posted a snapshot of the award he received.

The "Love More" singer appeared to be in "good spirits" as he smiled and greeted people who came up to his table," the source added. He spent roughly a half hour posing for photos with people and was seen shaking hands with other guests.

Brown was spotted listening intently to all the speeches and his speech was very short, about a minute. He thanked 2nd Call for all their work and spoke about wanting to do more charity work with them in the future.

Brown called it a night after 9:30pm.

—Additional reporting by James Sullivan

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