After rejecting two plea deals regarding an assault charge, Chris Brown has finally plead guilty to punching a man outside of a hotel in Washington, D.C., last year.

Not only did the singer take the guilty plea, he also apologized to the judge in a D.C. court earlier this morning (Sept. 2) about his actions during the 2013 assault.

Matt DelSignore, a reporter for All-News 99.1 WNEW, took to Twitter to share what was happening during the court proceedings.

Brown was also sentenced to the two days that he already served in jail during the case. There will be no "revocation of probation" in this case. However, the 'X' creator will continue to be on probation in California until 2015.

According to NBC4 Washington's Mark Segraves, Breezy will also be paying a $150 court fee.

At least Brown can finally call this a case closed and deal with other pressing matters like the release of his sixth album, 'X.' The project will arrive on Sept. 16, after being delayed several times due to the entertainer's legal issues. Songs like his chart-topping hit 'Loyal,' the Rick Ross and Usher-assisted 'New Flame' and the title track will appear on the effort.

Watch Chris Brown's Leaving Court After Pleading Guilty in Washington, D.C. Assault Case