- Last Updated: 12:35 PM, July 11, 2012
- Posted: 12:34 PM, July 11, 2012
A judge has ordered an audit of Chris Brown’s community service issued after his attack on Rihanna, after a prosecutor questioned the amount of work he has performed.
Brown, 23, was handed five years probation for beating Rihanna in February 2009. He had been allowed to perform six months’ worth of community labor in his home state of Virginia, which involves graffiti removal, roadside cleanup and other manual labor.
Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg ordered the audit on Tuesday after Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray said there were no clear records of how many hours Brown had performed and where the work was done, according to the AP.
Brown has completed court ordered domestic violence and anger management counseling. Schnegg ordered Brown to appear at the next hearing, scheduled for Aug. 21.
There was no mention of the recent New York City bottle-throwing nightclub brawl at WiP with Drake’s entourage that left Brown with a cut on his chin. The flying glass resulted in numerous injuries and injured Spurs star Tony Parker eye.
Brown’s attorney Mark Geragos asked that the singer’s probation be terminated in February. But a judge declined, stating that the Grammy nominee should complete more of his community service obligations.
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