Lately, Chris Brown is as good at getting into trouble as ever...
The “Don’t Wake Me Up” singer’s newest controversy is over his 180 days of court-ordered community service, part of his sentencing related to the 2009 assault against on-again off-again girlfriend, Rihanna.
According to L.A. Weekly, prosecutors claim the R&B singer violated his probation, saying that paperwork relating to the community service seems to suggest some shady behavior—namely, that Breezy faked the work.
A statement from the L.A. County District Attorney’s office reads:
“In a motion filed by Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray, the court was asked to decline to accept Brown's community labor in Virginia due to what appears to be significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting.”
Brown was allowed to perform the service in Virginia by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg, due to the fact that he has a residence there.
An investigation was launched as a result of the discrepancies. Prosecutors added:
“... The evidence shows that although Virginia Probation accepted supervision of Defendant, no one from that Department ever approved, scheduled, supervised, monitored or verified any of the community labor reported to this Court.”
Mark Geragos, Brown’s lawyer, has since spoken to TMZ, calling the motion against the singer to revoke his probation (which results from a violation) “shameful and a disgrace.”
If Brown truly didn't fulfill the community service obligation, he could land in jail.