A judge in Los Angeles revoked singer Chris Brown's probation for his actions in a May 21 traffic accident, according to TMZ.

Even so, county Judge James R. Brandlin did not order the 24-year-old singer jailed.

Brown had been on probation since he was convicted of attacking his then-girlfriend, singer Rihanna, in 2009.

The rapper avoided jail at that time in exchange for promising to scrupulously respect the law for the next five years.

On May 21, Brown crashed an SUV into another vehicle driven by a woman at a red light on a Los Angeles street.

Authorities said the singer left the scene without providing the required insurance documentation or his driver's license to the other driver.

"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!!," Brown said on Twitter after the court hearing.

The judge allowed the artist to remain at liberty until his new hearing on Aug. 16.

Brown could be sentenced to spend up to four years in prison.

The Los Angeles Times' account of the accident says that the rapper went too far verbally with the other driver.

Apparently, Brown lost his temper when the woman began taking photographs of the vehicles and the post-crash situation with the intention of providing them to her insurance company.

The singer did not have his driver's license with him at the time of the accident. EFE