Chris Brown 'Facing Possible Probation Violation'
His lawyer has since stated that the DA's office has 'lost their minds'...
Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney Rihanna.
The embattled R&B singer is still on five years' probation as part of his plea bargain for his attack on RiRi. Additionally, Breezy was ordered by the court to complete 180 days of community labour, which he was allowed to serve in his home state of Virginia.
In a 19-page filing, the DA's office asked the court to decline Brown's labour, which, according to Bryan Norwood, the chief of police of Richmond, Virginia, included 22 days above and beyond his required 180 hours, alleging that there were "significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting."
Prosecutors further alleged that there were inconsistencies in the hours Brown served as reported by Richmond Police, which raised doubt about the validity of his work at the Tappahannock Children's Centre, where his mother, Joyce Hawkins, once served as director.
"Representations made by the Richmond Police Department regarding supervision, completion, documentation and reporting of the defendant's labour are inconsistent, unreliable and cannot be attributed to any source," the filing said.
The representations cited included an instance in March 2012, when he was reportedly picking up trash for eight hours, but a private airline's records indicate that he was en route to Cancun, Mexico. In December 2011, he was at Washington, D.C.'s Dulles International Airport after returning from a trip to Dubai, while labor records had him picking up trash for eight hours.
In addition, it cited other potential probation violations ranging from the January 27 fight with Frank Ocean at a LA studio, to a progress report from the Virginia Department of Corrections claiming a positive test for marijuana and failure to obtain a travel permit.
It also noted a scuffle with a fan in February 2012 in which Brown took her phone and the infamous March 2011 incident in which Brown trashed a dressing room at the Good Morning America show.
These inconsistencies, meticulously detailed in the scathing report, are why the DA's office made the request that Brown be forced to serve his community labor in Los Angeles under "appropriate" supervision.
However, Brown's attorney Mark Geragos has fired back against the claims, telling the Los Angeles Times that he encouraged the Richmond Police Department to take legal action.
"Apparently the district attorney's office has completely lost their minds," Geragos told the Times. "They are making scurrilous, libelous and defamatory statements and apparently have lost their ability to read their own reports."
Geragos is adamant that the Turn Up The Music singer spent his court-ordered time "scrubbing floors, painting walls and other forms of community labour," adding that the DA "should be embarrassed" for suggesting otherwise.
The Richmond Police Department — which previously reported that Brown had, indeed, removed trash, cleaned up public parks, washed city-owned vehicles, painted, stripped and waxed floors and cleaned horse stables while serving his 180 hours — released a statement saying it would be "inappropriate to comment on a matter before the court."
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