Chris Brown is facing new troubles today as the L.A. County District Attorney is lobbing allegations that he failed to complete his community service obligations, stemming from his conviction for beating up Rihanna in 2009. Chris was sentenced to five years probation after pleading guilty to the assault. Yesterday a motion was filed to revoke Brown’s probation on grounds he falsified his community service records from Virginia. Perhaps as a result of these latest troubles, Chris Brown vented via his Instagram account yesterday, writing, “Im wise I can handle the hate but enough is enough yo!!...A day in my shoes is a day in hell, believe it or not!”.
After the community service records were submitted to the court in November, the judge launched an inquiry, according to The Hollywood Gossip. The investigation found no, “credible, competent or verifiable evidence”, that Chris Brown performed the 180 days of community service, a condition of his probation.
Sources say there's no way Chris, 23, could have performed community service on some of the days he listed because he was out of the country giving concerts. In one example, Brown was allegedly on a private jet to Cancun at the time he reported working.
The records have been labeled “sloppy” at best, and fraudulent at worst. In the motion to revoke Chris’ probation, the D.A. also listed other possible violations including the recent brawl with Frank Ocean, testing positive for marijuana and throwing a chair through a window at “Good Morning America”.
Although Brown doesn’t directly address the court filing, he took to Instagram yesterday to post a wordy diatribe, according to E! News. "Just when everything seems to be going good, some new sh-t happens”, he wrote.
"Im a human being and I honestly think I deserve respect im sick of being accused", Chris continued, asking, "when am I gonna get a positive outcome out of anything I do?".
Brown’s post was viewed on some levels as worthy of some compassion for the man, but in other ways it still points to his refusal to see himself as anything but a victim, and take responsibility for his actions, past and present.