Of course Chris Brown faked his court-ordered community service

Taylor Bigler Entertainment Editor
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After Chris Brown sent his then-girlfriend Rihanna to the hospital in 2009 after bashing her head repeatedly into the side of his car door, his sentence was five years probation, five domestic abuse classes and 180 days of community service.

Sounds like a pretty doable, lenient punishment — right? Wrong! At least not for Chris Brown.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the L.A. County district attorney’s office filed a motion claiming that Brown likely faked completion of his community service hours.

The R&B singer was given permission to fulfill his community service in Virginia, where he owns a home, but prosectors say that there are “significant discrepancies” in the paperwork his legal team has filed.

According to the motion, Brown has not provided any “credible, competent or verifiable” evidence that he has in fact completed the court-mandated labor due to “at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting.”

If it is determined that Brown has not completed the community service or is lying about completing it, he could go back to jail.

The volatile singer was recently involved in an alleged fistfight with fellow musician Frank Ocean over a parking spot. 

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