Frank Ocean has vowed he will not have Chris Brown prosecuted for the brawl that took place last week, but that may not keep him out of the slammer. A new report on Tuesday says that the Los Angeles District Attorney has filed paperwork alleging that Brown's prior community service in the Rihanna assault case may have been faked.
In at least one case, the D.A. said that while brown said he was picking up trash in Virginia, he was actually on a private jet to Cancun.
This is despite the fact that, on Sept. 14, Richmond, Va. Chief of Police Bryan T. Norwood wrote a letter to the judge in the case, asserting that Brown successfully completed 202 days of community service (he was only required to perform 180).
However, in legal documentation obtained by TMZ, the Richmond, Va. police department admits that on most dates Brown's service was unsupervised. Only on nine or 10 occasions was he directly observed.
Norwood's filing said that Brown frequently worked at Tappahannock Children's Center. However, the detective who had been assigned to observe Brown's community service was told she did not have to continue monitoring. After she halter her observation, times, location and types of duty Brown participated him were provided by -- wait for it -- Chris Brown's mother.
The implication, of course, is that the relationship between Brown and his mom make honest reporting less reliable. A key administrator of the Chidren's Center also told the D.A. she never saw Chris perform any work there.
Additionally, the D.A. also claims the Brown and Norwood had a prior relationship.
To make things more interesting, according to the D.A.'s filing, Mark Geragos, Chris Brown's lawyer, "instructed" the lawyer for the Richmond Police Department on how to "handle" D.A. investigators' questions about Chris' community service. The filing also says that Geragos told the probation officer that there was a court order stating Brown's community service be removed from the probation department and given to the police chief, but, in fact, there was no such court order.
In addition, a bit of checking shows that there's no way Chris Brown could have performed his community service on some of the days that were recorded, because he was out of the country performing in concert.
The D.A.'s filing asks the judge to reject Brown's Virginia community service hours and force him to fulfill his obligation in Los Angeles County, instead.
However, the lack of community service completion isn't the only reason the D.A. is using as a possible Brown probation violation. There is also that aforementioned fight between Brown and his team and Frank Ocean and his entourage, a positive for marijuana, failure to obtain a travel permit, allegedly grabbing and throwing a fan's phone in Miami, and Throwing a chair through a window on "Good Morning America."