The Difficult Brown Gets 1,000 More Hours Of Community Service

August 16, 2013 / Posted by:

Earlier this year, The Los Angeles County District Attorney accused Chris Brown of faking his community service hours and this was a shock to everyone since we all know him as a responsible, honest and upstanding citizen. The D.A. said that when Chris claimed that he was doing community service in Virginia, he was actually performing at shows far, far away from Virginia. Chris also claimed that he did hundreds of hours of community service at Tappahannock Children’s Center, but an administrator there told the D.A. that she never saw him doing a second of work. The D.A. considered this a violation of his probation and came after his ass.

When The Difficult Brown pleaded guilty to beating RiRi, he was put on probation and sentenced to 180 days of labor. His probation was revoked in June after he hit another car and gave the driver some bunk information. Today in court, a judge put Fist Brown back on probation and he agreed to basically redo all of his community service hours. As part of the deal, the D.A. withdrew its motion challenging the number of hours he actually completed. When Fist Brown’s lawyers asked if he could do his community service hours in Virginia, the judge shat on that request and said that his service must be supervised by an L.A. County official.

The Los Angeles Times says that The Difficult Brown has until August 25, 2014 to finish all 1,000 hours. The judge should’ve sentenced his ass to 1,000 years of sitting the hell down, but I guess this will do.

And the only thing I have to add to this is: AHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAHAHA.

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