Chris Brown Sentenced to 1,000 More Hours of Community Service — Why?
Chris Brown may have had his hit-and-run case dismissed this week, but that doesn't mean he’s done facing the judge. Breezy has so many court cases to keep track of, we’re starting to feel like maybe we need to compile a spreadsheet. The most recent entry would be his August 16 appearance, which concluded with Chris receiving a sentence of 1,000 hours of community service. But what for?
This time, Chris’ day in court was not about vehicular violations, but rather a charge that he entered false records regarding his community labor hours served. As a condition of his probation for the 2009 beating of Rihanna, Chris was supposed to log 1,440 hours of community service. However, the district attorney takes some exception to some of Chris’s entries.
For example, CB’s records indicated he was supposedly doing highway roadside cleanup in Virginia on a day when he was actually taking a private jet to Cancun. Yeah, we don’t really see how you could confuse one for the other. Maybe Breezy had a date book mix-up, but it doesn't sound like that was the only discrepancy.
As a result, the court has basically thrown out any community labor hours Chris may have served. He’s required to report to a probation officer within 48 hours and begin service soon either performing roadside cleanup, beach cleanup, probation alternative work services (PAWS), or graffiti removal. The irony on that last one is not lost on us.