Chris Brown was ordered to perform an additional 1000 hours of community labor after the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office alleged the singer had lied about performing it originally in Virginia, stemming from his domestic violence case with ex-girlfriend, Rihanna, RadarOnline.com is reporting.
The judge reinstated Brown’s probation after revoking it last month, and told Brown he had one year to complete it and that he was required to do it in Los Angeles.
Brown must do the labor with Caltrans (picking up trash on side of freeways), beach clean-up, or graffiti removal.
Earlier this year prosecutors accused Brown of failure to “credible or verifiable evidence’” that he completed the work in Virginia, where he was living at the time.
“In fact, the evidence shows that although Virginia Probation accepted supervision of Brown, no one from that Department ever approved, scheduled, supervised, monitored, or verified any of the community labor reported to this Court,” the legal documents stated.
“After a thorough review of all documents and evidence submitted to the Court it appears that there are significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst, fraudulent reporting and possible misdemeanors violations.
The allegations against Brown include hours that he worked at a children’s center, which his mother used to work for. The director told investigators from the DA’s office that she never saw Brown perform any work at the center, and wasn’t told when he did.
The investigation also revealed that while records showed Brown was said to be picking up trash in Virginia, he was actually on a private jet to Cancun.
On Thursday his hit & run charges and providing false information after getting involved in a minor traffic accident were dismissed.
Brown will have to complete the 1000 hours, which totals 180 days by August 2014.