Chris Brown seemed to leave his mark wherever he went this past February.
RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained these never-seen-before images of the R&B singer spray painting a wall -- an act that is a misdemeanor crime in Los Angeles.
A source close to Brown tells RadarOnline.com that the incident happened in downtown L.A. this past February, the same month of his well-publicized altercation with ex-girlfriend Rihanna, which left the Umbrella singer beaten and bruised.
Brown was taking publicity shots by the Los Angeles River in downtown Los Angeles, which is close to his recording studio. Saggy-pant tagger Brown, who was accompanied by several friends, decided to spray paint a face and tag his nickname -- "Breezy" -- on the wall in an unplanned, against-the-law display of artistry.
Brown's next album is coincidentally called Graffiti. In an ironic twist, the singer, who was sentenced Tuesday for the aforementioned attack on Rihanna, is required to complete 1,400 hours of community service, where his chief tasks will be washing cars and removing graffiti from walls.