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It's A Dirty Job -- But Chris Brown's Gotta Do It

Sep. 3 2009, Published 9:00 a.m. ET

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Washing cars and picking up trash are amongst the activities convicted felon Chris Brown will be subject to in his home state of Virginia, as part of his sentence for viciously beating up his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in the Hancock Park area of Los Angeles on February 8th.

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Brown, 20, was sentenced last month to five years' probation, six months of community labor and a year of domestic violence counseling in connection with the brutal attack, that left the Barbados-born Rihanna seeking medical attention at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center with multiple injuries.

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The Forever singer, who will be supervised during the manual labor, will also be held financially liable for any security costs should the public be alerted to his presence, according to Richmond Police Chief Bryan Norwood.

Brown's next album is titled Graffiti: In an ironic twist, the singer will spend a considerable chunk of the 1,400 hours of community service he owes removing graffiti from walls.



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