Pop singer Rihanna and Chris Brown allegedly are looking to have a court order of protection banning the couple from contacting one another lifted because they want to work on their friendship. A Los Angeles California Supreme Court judge sentenced Brown to community service and probation on Monday after he pleaded guilty to assaulting Rihanna following an altercation in February that left Rihanna battered and bruised badly. Brown was also told he must stay at least 50 yards away from Rihanna and keep a distance of 10 yards from her if they attend the same event. But the singers are reportedly eager to have the ban removed because they consider it "unnecessary" and have already broken the order by patching things up over the phone. A source close to the pair tells the New York Daily News, "They think it's unnecessary and ridiculous. "After (the court proceeding) Ri and Chris talked on the phone for almost an hour and really worked at becoming friends. They're solid now." However, the insider is insisting the former couple are not interested in reviving their once budding romance: "That's 100 percent done. They aren't looking to hook back up again. They're both moving on and going their separate ways."
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