Chris Brown faked his community service!

The singer has been accused of violating his probation and faking his community service records. Really, Chris? Really?!

Yet another scandal in the Breezy camp. Remember when Chris was sentenced to community service after the Rihanna assault incident? Prosecutors for the Los Angeles County allege that Chris didn’t complete his punishment. Are we really surprised?

In the filed motion, it says “significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting” about Chris’s supposed community service. In other words, someone must have faked the documentation.

So, how exactly did all this come out? It’s all thanks to a policeman, Bryan T. Norwood, who wrote a letter claiming that the singer completed 202 days of community service - more than required by law.

The letter says Mr Brown helped with jobs like “trash removal… public park clean up, washing City owned vehicles” and various other things.

But, new documents have come to light stating that the police department only supervised these tasks on a handful of occasions. Therefore, not only has an investigation found no “credible, competent or verifiable evidence” that Chris actually did his community service, but the DA has also collected testimony from people who say that Chris didn’t do anything!

We shake our heads at you, Chris Brown. If you did the crime, you’ve got to do the time, man.

Do you think Chris should be punished again?

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