Chris Brown Faked Completing Community Service, DA To Pursue Case

Chris Brown faked completing community service, DA to pursue case. Prosecutors allege that Brown did not perform all of the community service he claims to have completed in Virginia in connection to his infamous Rihanna assault case. In the filed motion, the D.A. says there are “significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting” of Brown’s supposed community service.

The shocking turn of events revolves around a letter sent by Richmond police chief Bryan T. Norwood last September, claiming Brown had completed 202 days of service — more than the 180 required by law. Brown purportedly worked at Tappahannock Children’s Center, doing odd jobs, and also is said to have helped the city with “trash removal… public park clean up, washing City owned vehicles” and other tasks.

But new legal documents say the Richmond police department only supervised Brown’s service on a handful of occasions, and a D.A. investigation found no “credible, competent or verifiable evidence” that Brown had actually done 180 days of service, let alone 202.

The D.A. is demanding that Brown’s community service be rejected and that he fulfill his obligation in Los Angeles County.