If Chris Brown lied about his community service work he could be in real trouble. A claim that Brown lied about the 180 days of community labor that he was required to undertake has been made. According to a report from Tuesday (Feb. 5), "L.A. County District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced that the singer failed to provide 'credible, competent or verifiable evidence' that he completed his court-ordered community service."
That's a really big deal, because if giving false information to the court could be grounds to revoke his probation. Brown has been out on probation for quite a while now as part of his plea-deal in the state of Virginia. This is the case that stems from an assault on girlfriend Rihanna and it seemed like he was very close to putting that chapter behind him in the courts. Whether the public opinion of him will ever improve again is a different question.
A request has been made by the Deputy District Attorney that the court reject Brown's claims of community labor being completed. This could lead to an in-depth investigation into what Brown actually did or did not do during his community service and if anything he reported could end up violating his probation. The question of whether Chris Brow lied has now become a legal matter.
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