On Feb. 5, 2013, Chris Brown took to his Instagram page and expressed his feelings about the accusations he’s facing surrounding his probation for the 2009 attack on Rihanna.
“Im Tired yall just don’t understand I’ve been going through this sh** since I was 19…” the 23 year old singer wrote, reports E! Online.
According to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, evidence exists that Brown falsified records for the 180 days of community service he was required to perform in Virginia as part of a plea deal he entered into for the Rihanna assault. The DA’s motion is asking the court to revoke Brown’s probation, E! reports.
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MTV.com reports that the legal filing alleges reports completed by Richmond Police, tasked to supervise Brown’s community service, are inconsistent regarding hours.
“Representations made by the Richmond Police Department regarding supervision, completion, documentation and reporting of the defendant’s labor are inconsistent, unreliable and cannot be attributed to any source,” the DA’s motion states.
According to the motion, in Dec. 2011, when Richmond Police records show the singer was picking up trash for eight hours, he was at a Washington, DC airport, just returning from Dubai, and in Mar. 2012, when Brown was reportedly again collecting trash for eight hours, private airline records show he was on his way to Cancun Mexico.
Brown continued writing on his now-private Instagram account, “…I pray every day and night for a new outcome… and just when everything seems to be going good some new sh** happens… A day in my shoes is a day in hell, believe it or not!”
He added, “My soul cries for positivity Im not broken I am STRONG…”
Mark Geragos, Brown’s attorney, told the Los Angeles Times, “Apparently the district attorney’s office has completely lost their minds… They are making scurrilous, libelous and defamatory statements and apparently have lost their ability to read their own reports.”