Chris Brown is in trouble again. According to a new report published by Reality TV Magazine, the singer allegedly lied to the Los Angeles Police Department about completing the terms of his probation stemming from a 2009 felony battery conviction.
Sources say Brown, who was ordered to complete 180 days of labor-oriented community service after the brutal assault of girlfriend Rihanna, lied to the authorities about completion of his community service hours. In addition to the service requirement, the bad-boy singer was also ordered to attend a year-long domestic violence class.
Judge Schnegg originally ordered Brown, 23, to complete his community service in Los Angeles, but later agreed to transfer the order to Virginia, as requested by his attorney. Last fall, Brown and his lawyer once again appeared before Judge Schnegg to report that the singer had completed all 1,400 hours of his service requirement. But, did he?
A new report alleges that when investigators from the L.A. District Attorney's office went to Virginia to review Brown's work, they could find "no credible, competent or verifiable evidence that Defendant Brown performed his community labor."
In light of this new information, the DA's office filed a 19-page motion asking that Brown be required to carry out his community service in Los Angeles and that the terms of his 5-year probation be modified accordingly.