Chris Brown must complete 1000 hours of community labor by Aug. 25, 2014.
Under the terms, which were announced after three closed-door sessions with the judge and attorneys, Brown's community labor options include work for Caltrans or cleaning up beaches or graffiti.This was part of his probation in the past Rihanna assault, he was required to perform 180 days of community labor in Virginia.
Attorney Mark Geragos said his client had completed his court-ordered labor. But on Feb. 5, Deputy Dist. Atty. Mary A. Murray filed a motion outlining a series of inconsistencies with a report prepared by Richmond, Va., police about the poor performance Brown turned in for community service.
The LA Times reports that Murray said a review of Brown's community service claims found "significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting," and she asked a judge to order Brown to carry out his court-ordered labor in Los Angeles County instead of Virginia, where he lives.
Prosecutors said Brown claimed he completed four hours of trash pickup between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on a day when he was on a private plane heading to Cancun, Mexico, that he boarded at 4 p.m.
Another time, prosecutors said the entertainer claimed he was picking up trash in Richmond, while the paps snapped him dead to rights about a 100 miles away in Washington, D.C., where he hosted a charity event that raised funds for the disabled.
Judge James Brandlin reinstated probation, with the modification of 1,000 hours of community labor.