He's staying behind bars, but for how much longer?

Chris Brown was back in court today where he admitted to getting into an altercation in Washington, DC last October and violating his probation.

Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin then sentenced Brown to serve a year in county jail but was kind enough to give him credit for nearly eight months of time served, including time Brown spent in rehab and jail, as well as credits for good behavior while behind bars.

That means the Grammy winner will have to spend another 131 days in jail for the crime, which means he'll be locked up for a little more than four months (unless he gets more time for good behavior)

Once Brown is released from jail he'll still be on probation until January 23, 2015 and he will have to complete the remainder his 1,000 community service hours.