Chris Brown Gets 1,000 More Hours of Community Service
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 08.16.2013
Over suspicions his records weren't correct...
Chris Brown has practically had his community service requirement from his domestic violence incident in 2009 against Rihanna reset. TMZ reports that Brown was sentenced to 1,000 more hours of community service after the Los Angeles district attorney accused him of submitting false reports.
The district attorney said that he believed Brown violated his probation by allegedly submitting the reports that included one where he said he was picking up trash in Virginia, but was in truth on a private jet to Cancun. Brown's probation was reinstated today, but it is only on the condition that Brown completes 1,000 new hours of community service. He was originally sentenced to 180 days of community labor (1,440 hours).
In addition, the judge ordered that all community service must be supervised by L.A. County officials. He can choose between highway cleanup), beach cleanup, probation alternative work services or graffiti removal. He must report to a probation officer within the next forty-eight hours and reportedly didn't look pleased in court.