Singer Bobby Brown jokes about his encounters with the law in "Being Bobby Brown," a Bravo reality TV program that Brown says shows he is more good than bad.
After his release, he met with two Atlanta producers who were intrigued by constant media attention Brown and famous wife Whitney Houston received.
Cameras followed him 24 hours a day for six months.
"I'm not ashamed of any of it," Brown told the New York Times. "I'm not going to run and I'm not going to hide. They're going to talk about me anyway - thank God. I just want to control it."
Brown said Houston's "eyes are shining again" since drug rehabilitation and he now takes medication for his bipolar disorder.