Chris Brown and Rihanna had history of violence in their relationship

The famous fight between Rihanna and Chris Brown wasn't their first one.

As reported by the Daily News last March, court documents reveal that the pair had two earlier violent episodes before the ruinous blow-up that occurred on Grammy night, this past February 8th.

About three months prior to that incident, Rihanna slapped Brown amid a tense argument, according to Brown's probation review, released Tuesday.

In that battle, which took place in Europe, Brown answered back by shoving the "Umbrella" singer into a wall.

The second fight took place roughly three weeks prior to the Grammy night controversy.

Brown and Rihanna "were visiting Barbados and were driving a Range Rover loaned to them," according to the documents.

"They had an argument inside the car. (Brown) exited and broke the front driver and passenger side windows of the car. No one was injured during the incident."

he documents also confirm earlier details about the Feb. 8th incident. Problems began after Brown, 20, allegedly got a text message from an old lover.

Rihanna, 21, "became enraged," and "slammed both of her fists against the dashboards," at which point Brown pulled over his Lamborghini and told her to get out of the car.

That led to the physical altercation.

Brown was formally sentenced Tuesday to six months of community labor, five years probation, and was ordered not to contact Rihanna for the next five years.

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