The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office wants to erase all of Chris Brown’s community service hours in Virginia and start all over in Los Angeles, RumorFix has confirmed.
After an investigation, the DA’s office is filing a motion to reject Chris’ community service because of what appears to be “significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting,” according to documents obtained by RumorFix.
The R&B singer is on probation for the 2009 beating up of Rihanna and was ordered to serve 180 days of community labor.
Although Bryan Norwood, Richmond Police Chief, said that he and those under his command would personally supervise Chris doing his community service, the DA’s office says that’s not the case.
The motion states that Chris was supervised by — of all people — his mother, Joyce Hawkins, when he was to do community service at the Tappahannock Children’s Center. Joyce used to be the director at the center and had a spare key so Chris could be let in after hours to strip and wax floors, which investigators say there was no proof of.
The DA’s office also found inconsistencies in places and dates of community service.
Here are some examples:
On October 23, 2010, Chris was the host of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Challenge in Washington, D.C. on the same day he allegedly performed eight hours of community service in Richmond 120 miles away.
On December 12, 2011, Chris was leaving Washington D.C. for Dubai, but the Virginia authorities claim he was picking up trash.
On March 15, 2012, Chris was on a private plane from Richmond to Cancun at the the same time he was supposed to be picking up trash.
The 19-page documents also points out other possible probation violations:
- The Frank Ocean fight at the recording studio
- Brown tested positive for pot
- Brown failed to obtain a travel permit
- Brown was accused of grabbing and throwing a fan’s cellphone in Miami
- Brown threw a chair through a window at Good Morning America
Chris Brown is due in court on Wednesday.