Inside Chris Brown's Jail Life: See Where He'll Be Staying—Plus, What Was on Today's Menu?

Get a sneak peek at the inside of the Men's Central Jail where the singer will be living until April 23.

By Bruna Nessif Mar 19, 2014 12:14 AMTags
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This will be Chris Brown's home away from home for the next month.

E! News learned yesterday that the singer was ordered back to jail until a previously scheduled probation violation hearing on April 23, and now we have an inside look at what Breezy's life in solitary confinement at the Men's Central Jail in Los Angeles will be like.

But before we get to the living quarters, let's talk about something many of us may have wondered about—food! What will Brown be eating while in jail?

E! News spoke to a spokesperson at the jail who told us that the inmates were served spaghetti and meatballs, peas, carrots and a salad for lunch and dinner today (but the menu changes each day). However, it looks like troublemakers won't be given any dessert, at least not today.

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As for Brown's living conditions, it's far from the celeb's usual lavish lifestyle (as you may have already imagined).

The 24-year-old's room in solitary confinement—which is to protect him from other inmates—consists of a bed frame and pretty much nothing else. The bathroom, although it has two toilets, clearly states that there may only be one person in there at a time, and then kindly asks that everyone wash their hands afterward on a sign.

Brown was arrested Friday after reportedly being kicked out of the residential treatment facility where he had been staying. A warrant had immediately been issued for his arrest because he was legally not allowed to leave rehab.

Deeming Brown "troubled," L.A. County Superior Court James Brandlin, who has been overseeing Brown's recent back-and-forth with the court, sent him back to the slammer without bail despite Brown's lawyer's insistence to the court that holding the singer is a "waste of judicial rseources."

The felony probation violation charge Brown is facing in L.A. regards the five years of probation he was sentenced to in 2009 for assaulting Rihanna.

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—Reporting by Baker Machado

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