Chris Brown & Ariana Grande Reveal New Song Tracks After Rehab Romance and Latest Assault Lawsuit

By James Knight on Feb 18, 2014 02:46 PM EST

Chris Brown has been spending time in rehab, you know the kind of fancy celebrity rehab where you are allowed to use Twitter, go on romantic dates with your girlfriend. and record songs with Ariana Grande. Now Breezy’s vacation might be coming to an end. The singer is going before a judge soon to see if he is ready to leave treatment. However, that is not the end of Brown’s legal trouble. The rapper is reportedly being sued for yet another assault.

Chris Brown might be leaving rehab soon, however, that might not be a good thing. The rapper, himself, is reportedly even having reservations. Hollywood Life is reporting on one unnamed source who told the publication about Brown’s recent romance in treatment date with his girlfriend Karrueche Tran:

“He’s already told her that once he leaves and gets his affairs in order, he’s taking her away--just the two of them. It’s not 100 percent that he’s going to leave [rehab] that day [Feb. 20]. He has a court date so we’ll see.”

Brown may be also facing some more legal trouble. The alleged victim from a his July 2013 assault accusation is reportedly sueing the rapper.

Meanwhile, Chris Brown started a Twitter sing along with his new duet partner, Ariana Grande, tweeting:

'"i dug a single seed into the ground, I hope it grows.”

Grande chimed back in with the next line, tweeting:

'"in a year or two if you're around, you'll see a rose."'

Grande also confirmed a rough release date for the new track when she tweeted a response to a fan who asked if it was a song lyric:

“@Abingdong a song u haven't heard that is coming out in march.”

Scooter Braun, Grande’s manager also got into the action tweeting:

'”@ArianaGrande that was an amazing session. Excited for this incredible duet on the way :)”

What do you think about the new duet between Brown and Grande?

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