The saga continues for Chris Brown who was sentenced to another 1000 hours of community service today.
According to the Associated Press, a Los Angeles judge reinstated the 24-year-old’s probation, a repercussion of his 2009 arrest for the assault of his former girlfriend Rihanna. During the hearing, which he attended with his mother and lawyer Mark Geragos, Brown was ordered to perform his additional hours of community labor at the California Department of Transportation highway cleanup, graffiti removal, beach cleanup or Probation Alternative Work Services.
Earlier this year, the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office accused the Breezy of failing to provide “credible or verifiable evidence” for the work he performed in his home state of Virginia.
This time around, the singer is required to complete his community serve hours in Los Angeles within a year’s time span.
Brown’s legal issues seem to be ongoing, but as we reported yesterday, he did receive good news after a judge dismissed his hit-and-run charges.
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