MALIBU—On February 2, the son of actor Ryan O’Neal and late “Charlie’s Angels” star Farrah Fawcett, was ordered to return to a residential drug treatment program after spending over a month in custody.

Jane Robison, of the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office told Canyon News that O’Neal’s hearing took place at the Downtown Criminal Court. “He has a hearing on March 3 for a progress report,” she states.

Redmond O’Neal was arrested on December 29 for violating his probation in connection to past drug charges. On January 5, a judge ordered him into a 30-day jail rehabilitation facility. The 25-year-old was previously ordered to enter a year-long residential drug rehabilitation program on September 18, several months after he was arrested and charged with taking drugs into the Pitchess Detention Center, where he had been visiting an inmate. Both he and his father were arrested in September 2008, in their Malibu home after deputies conducted a probation search and found methamphetamines in their residence.

The younger O’Neal’s probation stems from his guilty plea in 2008 for felony drug possession and a misdemeanor D.U.I.  Ryan O’Neal had pled guilty to one count of drug possession in January; however, Redmond did not enter a plea until March, when he pled not guilty to all charges.

In April, Redmond was charged with a felony count of drug possession in connection to his arrest at the Pitchess Detention Center. He was warned that he may be sentenced up to six years in prison if he violated his probation.

Redmond’s mother died in June after a long battle with cancer. Redmond was allowed to temporarily leave custody so that he could attend her funeral.