Wednesday, February 06, 2013
Chris Brown Faked Community Service?
Last July the LA Deputy District Attorney ordered an audit of Chris Brown's community service hours because they hadn't received any updated logs [click here if you missed that].
Welp, the audit is complete and now Chris is being accused of submitting fraudulent reports...
According to TMZ the Chief of Police in Richmond, VA wrote a letter for Chris Brown claiming he had completed 202 days of community service, but an investigation revealed the Chief had only actually observed 9 or 10 days.
Most of Chris' community service hours had been logged at the Tappahannock Children's Center - where Chris' mother once worked - with times, location and duties also provided by Chris' mom.
The problem is some of the days Chris was listed as working at the Center he was actually in Cancun and other times he was on tour.
Then there was the guy who waxes floors at the Children's center who refused to lie for Chris, who told investigators that he had been the only person waxing floors there for the past three years, even though Chris' mom's logs say Chris waxed the floors.
The investigation also uncovered orders from the Police Chief in Virginia to the detective assigned to monitor Chris' community service that she no longer had to monitor Chris' service at the Children's Center.
The DA called the logs submitted "at best sloppy ... and at worst fraudulent reporting" and wants the judge to reject all of Chris' Virgina community service hours and have them redone in L.A.
And that's not all.
Now the DA is considering other parole violations by Chris including the fight with Frank Ocean, testing positive for weed, failing to obtain travel permits, grabbing a fan's phone in Miami and that time he threw a chair through a window at "Good Morning America."