The Difficult Brown’s Community Could Be Revoked After The D.A. Accused Him Of Faking His Community Service

February 5, 2013 / Posted by:

Chris Brown got 180 days of community service after he pleaded guilty to beating on RiRi and all he had to do was to complete all 180 days, but since he’s an entitled anal sore, he didn’t! Obviously. The Los Angeles Times, TMZ and Reuters say that the L.A. District Attorney is going to ask a judge to snatch away Chris Brown’s probation, because they believe he faked most of his community service hours with a little help from his mother Mom Breezy and the Chief of Police in Richmond, VA.

Even though The Difficult Brown’s case was in California, the judge still allowed him to complete all his community service in his home state of Virginia. The D.A. said that on Chris Brown’s community service records they found three times when it was impossible for him to be doing community service, because he was either performing at a concert or riding on a private jet to Mexico.

Chris Brown also claims that he did hundreds of hours of community service at the Tappahannock Children’s Center and his mom, who was the director there once, was in charge of giving him jobs and scheduling times for him to come in after-hours. But an administrator at the children’s center said she never saw Chris Brown doing any work there. And Chris Brown says he waxed the floors there several times, but the dude who regularly waxes the floor says he’s the only one who’s touched those floors with wax for 3 years. The floor waxer guy also told the D.A. that one administrator at the children’s center tried to get him to lie about Chris Brown waxing the floors, but he refused. Chris Brown also claimed that he picked up trash in “various alleys” around Richmond, but he didn’t know which alleys exactly, because the paparazzi were always following him.

Bryan T. Norwood, Richmond’s Chief of Police who knew Chris Brown personally before all of this (wink wink), wrote a letter to the judge last September saying that The Difficult Brown went above and beyond by doing 220 days of community service when he only needed to do 180 days. But the spreadsheets that Chris Brown turned in show that he only did 162 days of community service.

The D.A. says that either Chris Brown’s community records are sloppy as shit or he made most of that mess up. There’s a hearing in L.A. tomorrow and the D.A. wants the judge to take away Chris Brown’s violation and force him to redo all those community service hours in L.A. County.

The D.A. is also going to bring up his parking lot brawl with Frank Ocean, his phone-snatching incident in Miami, his assault on a window at Good Morning America and the fact that he tested positive for weed.

The Difficult Brown’s lawyer said that the D.A.’s office are out of their minds and they are slandering Chris Brown’s pristine image as a responsible human adult.

Okay, Chris Brown is dumber than a dried dingle on a dog’s hairy asshole for making up community service hours and thinking they weren’t going to find out. But he’s extra dumb for saying that he was picking up trash in Virginia when he was really wrapping his ten foot long pencil dick around some girl’s neck on a private jet to Mexico. Of course they’re going to find out. THE GOVERNMENT KNOWS EVERYTHING! Besides, we’re really supposed to believe that Chris Brown spent 220 days of his life doing community service? When did he find the time to get into club fights and use his pool noodle dick to trick RiRi into thinking he’s not a corroded ass wart anymore?

Chris Brown’s lawyer should argue that it wasn’t him on that private jet to Mexico, it was an HGH-addicted gremlin that they hired to be his double. Because I’d totally buy that.

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