Judge Orders Audit of Chris Brown's Community Service Record

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Judge Orders Audit of Chris Brown's Community Service Record

Court to review whether pop star has fully complied with probation obligations.

Published September 18, 2012

Chris Brown was supposed to be in court in LA yesterday, but a hearing on his ongoing probation was delayed by prosecutors, The New York Daily News reports. Lawyers for the district attorney's office have raised questions as to whether Brown is living up to his obligations, causing a judge to order an audit of his community service record before the hearing will take place.

Brown is on probation for the beating of his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009. His community service responsibilities were to total six months and include graffiti removal, roadside cleanup and other manual labor.

The hearing, which had been scheduled for Monday and will be Brown's first in over a year, has been moved to next week. In previous hearings, Brown had been commended for complying with his five-year probation requirements admirably.



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Written by Reggie Ugwu


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