Chris Brown's Community Service Called Into Question
Is Chris Brown Cheating on Community Service Hours?
There could be a problem with Chris Brown's community service, as a judge has ordered an audit to investigate the amount of work he's actually put in.
There are reportedly discrepancies in the recording of the hours and days he's performed community service, the Washington Post reports.
A Los Angeles judge ordered the audit of Brown's work hours when a prosecutor found discrepancies in the records.
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Could Brown have been misreporting his work time -- cheating his way out of working his ordered time?
Brown is currently serving a five year probation sentence for his felony assault, which includes six months of community service.
Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray noted that the records don't clearly indicate where he completed work and how many hours he's put in.
Brown was ordered to complete the community service in his home state of Virginia, including graffiti removal, roadside cleanup and manual labor.
The judge said Los Angeles probation officials need to review the records to determine how much labor he's completed since the court hasn't received detailed work logs of Brown's service.
According to Brown's attorney, Pat Harris, the discrepancy seems to be an issue over which jurisdiction Brown is performing his community service in.
The judge also ordered Brown to appear at the next hearing, scheduled for August 21.