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Chris Brown Totally Faked His Community Service!

Chris Brown might have just violated his probation… BUSTED!

Apparently the L.A. County District Attorney has filed documents claiming Chris faked his court-mandated community service.

His probation stems from the 2009 Rihanna beating case, where he was convicted of brutally attacking the pop star… as well all should know.

Anyways, Chris claimed he worked at the Tappahannock Children’s Center, washed windows, painted, cut grass, picked up trash and had the Richmond Chief of Police, Bryan T. Norwood, confirm it.

Well now it is being revealed that Brown likely did not actually complete his required 180 days of community service!

According to court papers, the police department admits they only supervised Brown on 9 occasions and on all other days of community service he was completely unsupervised.

There is a whole conspiracy behind this one!

Not only was he unsupervised for most of his claimed community service, the detective who was assigned to oversee Brown was told not to continue monitoring him.

The D.A. has also confirms that Chris had a prior relationship with the Chief of Police.

Chris’ lawyer, Mark Geragos, even told the probation officer that there was a court order to have Chris’ community service removed from the probation department and given to the police chief (Chris’ BFF).

But here’s the thing, there was no such court order!

In fact, there is no way Chris could have performed community service on certain days that he claims because on those days he was outside the country doing concerts!

So what now? According to reports the D.A. is trying to get the judge to reject Chris’ Virginia community service hours and make him actually do real community service in L.A. County.

Well Chris Brown… you may be able to beat Rihanna, but you can’t beat the law.


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