Legal documents have been filed against Chris Brown for allegedly faking his probation-related community service, reports claimed Tuesday, Feb. 5.
The controversial singer is being accused by the Los Angeles District Attorney for possibly lying about having performed all of his community service associated with the Rihanna beating case, TMZ reported.
Apparently, the judge on the case became suspicious of a letter the Richmond, Virginia, Chief of Police, Bryan T. Norwood, wrote reporting that Chris completed 202 days of community service, after only being required to do 180 days.
The D.A. began to do some investigating and did not find any "credible, competent or verifiable evidence," of Chris' 180 days of supposed community service time. Plus, sources told TMZ that during some of the days that Chris was supposedly working hard on performing community service jobs, he was actually traveling out of the country doing concerts.
So, after calling Chris' community service "sloppy" and "fraudulent reporting" the D.A. now wants Chris to fulfill his community work obligations in L.A. and for the judge to reject his previous alleged community service hours.
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