Chris Brown Attending Court Over Community Service
Singer Chris Brown could be facing more legal woes following reports that a judge has found inconsistencies with the amount of hours that the ‘Turn Up the Music’ singer has declared for community service…
Brown, 23, had cause to celebrate this weekend after celebrating his first UK No.1 with ‘Fortune’– prior to reports from RadarOnline that judge Patricia Schnegg had expressed concerns about the number of community service hours Chris had declared.
According to RadarOnline, the judge was concerned about the lack of clarity and therefore requested an audit to ensure the hours stated are accurate. The Washington Post reports that a lack of clarity about the location and amount of hours of work that have been done was the trigger for the audit.
The singer was ordered to carry out community service in order to escape a prison sentence following the 2009 assault of then girlfriend Rihanna, following a pre-Grammy Award party – in addition to Community Service, Brown was also sentenced to five years’ probation and a year of domestic violence classes.
Judge Schnegg has ordered Chris to appear at a court hearing, his first since February, which is scheduled for August 21.
Words: Jason (@Jason_MBM)