Chris Brown may have violated probation: Judge Eugene Hyman

The woman who claims Chris Brown robbed her of her cell phone was captured on video obtained by TMZ, clearly agitated as she tells cops, "He snatched my phone." Christal Spann and her 2 friends seem spontaneous and upset as she exclaims several times, "I just want my phone back." One of Spann's friends told police, Brown exclaimed, "Bitch, you not gonna put this up on no website." Spann filed a police report, claiming she was attempting to take a picture of Brown early Sunday morning in Miami when he ripped her phone out of her hand and drove away. Brown is being investigated for the crime of "robbery by sudden snatching." If he's arrested, authorities in L.A. could move to violate his probation in the Rihanna beating case, and that could land him in California prison for 4 years. FLC host judge Eugene Hyman says "It's unlikely Brown will be charged with theft."